Athabaska Falls in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada, is not the highest or largest falls in the Rocky Mountain parks system, but it makes up for it by it’s volume of water, and the spectacular canyon it’s carved through the layers of bedrock. Trying to find a “different” perspective on a world-famous place is always a challenge. This shot was the result of trekking along a trail and then forging off through the woods and trying to find a break where a clear shot could be obtained. Being very careful is a must, because a number of people have fallen into the gorge, and so far, nobody has survived.
Sony DSCF828 camera, 1/160, F.4.0, ISO 100
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