Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, Canada, the smallest of the great Rocky Mountain parks in Alberta, but in many ways, the most beautiful. Possibly because it’s easy to get around, and the scenery surrounding the three main lakes is truly a paradise. Jann and I tried to get there for several years and finally made it, thanks to Vickie Emms and friends setting up a Red Bubble Meet N’ Greet at the park.
Jann is shooting one of a great many pictures of Upper Waterton Lake, which stretches southward and ends in Montana, in Glacier National Park.
The two parks combine into the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, a World Heritage Site.
Fuji S100FS camera, 1/250 sec. F 8.0, ISO 100, focal length 42 mm.
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