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Waterton National Park is in the south-west corner of Alberta, Canada. Together with Glacier National Park just over the Canada/USA border in Montana, the two parks collectively become the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, a World Heritage Site. It’s always had a symbolic meaning, and more so in today’s troubled world.
One of the highlights of a visit to Waterton is to take a cruise on the good ship “International”, eatures, it’s so nice to leaving the townsite of Waterton and cruising down the lake to Goat Haunt, Montana.The panorama of Rocky Mountains, virgin forests and the lake itself will provide you with a wonderful view of unspoiled wilderness. We were also fortunate to have a narrative from a local guide who was totally familiar with the area and also extremely well-spoken. When you’re looking at a myriad of mountains and other features, it’s nice to have someone who can tell you the name and the history associated with each one.

These pictures were taken during the RedBubble Meet N’ Greet which was held at Waterton in June, 2010.

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Comments

  • cullodenmist
    cullodenmistalmost 4 years ago

    Grrrrr I am soooo jealous of you.
    Canada is still one of the places that I have to see, but it looks like I won’t get to visit until 2013, as all the others are fully booked.
    But I am going back to NZ in Jan 2011 for the 6th time.
    So you will get some of my scenery.
    I can definatley see your talents coming out in your imagery.
    Keep em comin’ girl… I love ’em.

  • Hi Larry..well you sure know how to make a girl feel good about her work..lol! You_must_come to Canada, especially the Rocky Mountain Parks. You will love every minute. My brother has been working in NZ for the past couple of years and just got back. We’ve wanted to go there too but still haven’t made it. Maybe we should switch..:) Thanks again!

    – Jann Ashworth

  • Vickie Emms
    Vickie Emmsalmost 4 years ago

    another beauty, I agree with Larry, you are one talented photographer my friend

  • Vickie, coming from you (and Larry) I’m really honoured and humbled,too.. I guess my artist background helps a bit, but I’m so glad George introduced me to digital back in 2005. I’ve been so excited to capture so many lovely scenes ever since!

    – Jann Ashworth

  • icesrun
    icesrunalmost 4 years ago

    Really is a lovely area!!

  • Yes it is, one of the most beautiful lakes anywhere!

    – Jann Ashworth

  • Sean Jansen
    Sean Jansenalmost 4 years ago

    Gorgeous capture Jann…..looks awesome !! You had the perfect viewpoint !!

  • Hi Sean..yes, the folks who built the Prince of Wales Hotel really knew a great view when they saw it! Perfect spot for so many images!

    – Jann Ashworth

  • Mike Oxley
    Mike Oxleyalmost 4 years ago

    What an absolutely wonderful series, Jann. Beautiful scenery, marvellous shots! I think the Waterton cruises would give our 1000 Island ones a run for the money!

  • George went through the 1000 islands years ago when he was installing a radar on a ship, so didn’t have time for photos. But he says it’s a wonderful trip and it would be great to take it. There’s very few islands in the Rocky Mountain lakes, though the mountains make up for it!

    – Jann Ashworth

  • pat gamwell
    pat gamwellover 3 years ago
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