20% off sitewide. Don’t keep your cart waiting. Use SCREAM20

Vermilion Lake and Forest

paolo1955

La Spezia, Italy

  • Available
    Products
    6
  • Artist
    Notes
  • Artwork Comments 167

Wall Art

Stationery

Artist's Description

Featured in RB Explore Photography Page

Views 4135 at March – 07 – 2016

25 Features

Favorited by 26 people

Nikon D100 Sigma 15/30


Banff National Park – Alberta – Canada

Properties inscribed on the World Heritage List – Canada – Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks 1990

The contiguous national parks of Banff, Jasper, Kootenay and Yoho, as well as the Mount Robson, Mount Assiniboine and Hamber provincial parks, studded with mountain peaks, glaciers, lakes, waterfalls, canyons and limestone caves, form a striking mountain landscape. The Burgess Shale fossil site, well known for its fossil remains of soft-bodied marine animals, is also found there.


Challenge Winner in All American Natural Landscapes Group – Mounatin Lakes Challenge September – 10 – 2012


Featured in A WILDERNESS SOMEWHERE Group March – 03 – 2016


Featured in TPW Group June – 24 – 2012


Featured in In His Name Group June – 22 – 2012


Featured in Scenery Group June – 17 – 2012


Featured in The landscapes of our world Group June – 17 – 2012


Featured in The Silky Touch Group June – 17 – 2012


Featured in FEATURED MEN PHOTOGRAPHERS Group October – 08 – 2011


Challenge Winner in Pacific Northwest Photography & Art Group – Fall Avatar Challenge September – 24 – 2011


Challenge Winner in AMERICAS RURAL, URBAN, WILD AND FREE Group – AMERICAS- Rural Challenge September – 07 – 2011


Top Ten Challenge Finish in Tuesday Afternoon Group – WATER/LAND/TREE CHALLENGE Agoust – 17 – 2011


Featured in Quality Art & Photography Group July – 02 – 2011


Placed 2nd in In His Name Group – The Third Day Challenge June – 13 – 2011


Top Ten in Featured For A Challenge Group – LANDSCAPE REFLECTIONS Challenge May – 31 – 2011


Featured in Featured For A Challenge Group May – 17 – 2011


April 2011 SoJie 10
Earth Day exhibition


Featured in If it Doesn’t Belong Group September – 27 – 2010


Featured in The World As We See It , or as we missed it Group September – 26 – 2010

POP’s special selection of the week ending 9-26-10


Featured in All Countries ~ Wetlands, Ponds, Lakes and Rivers Group July – 10 – 2010


Featured in Perfect Harmonies Group May – 19 – 2010


Challenge Winner in Perfect Harmonies Group – Landscapes Challenge May – 16 – 2010


Featured in Great Plains of North America Group April – 18 – 2010


Featured in Stunning ’Scapes Group April – 13 – 2010


Featured in Image Writing Group April – 11 – 2010


Featured in Live and Let Live Group October – 11 – 2009


Featured in Landscape Photography Group October – 11 – 2009


Featured in TPW (3 PER DAY ONLY) Group October – 11 – 2009


Featured in A Place To Call Home Group Agoust – 20 – 2009


Featured in All Countries – Wetlands, Ponds, Lakes and Rivers Group July – 15 – 2009


Featured in FEATURED ONLY Group July – 08 – 2009

Featured Members in FEATURED ONLY Group July – 08 – 2009


Featured in Fine Art of Landscape Photography Group June – 22 – 2009


Featured in Lakes and Inland Waterways Group June – 12 – 2009


Featured in JPG Cast-Offs Group June – 10 – 2009


Banff National Park – Alberta – Canada

Vermilion Lake

Vermillion Lakes (and the closely related Fenland Trail loop) are situated very close to Banff and are a wonderful opporunity to potentially see some wildlife and most certainly some beautiful scenery. The Fenland Trail in the morning affords a good opportunity to see wildlife moving around the marsh and river areas. This trail connects to the Bow River Trail which actually goes all the way into Banff townsite proper. If you have time, this is a nice easy walk to get to this area without actually having to drive to get to it.

The Vermillion Lakes are slightly to the west of the Fenland Trail and you can either walk to them or drive your car and use the pulloffs available. It’s a bit noisy being so close to the Trans Canada Hwy, but the scenery more than makes up for it. Throughout the day you’ll see numerous waterfowl frequenting the area. The real draw, however, is in the evening when the winds are low and the water is still, making the lake surface a mirror reflection of the now beautifully lit Mt Rundle in the background.

Artwork Comments

  • Lori Peters
  • paolo1955
  • Antanas
  • paolo1955
  • ladybroken36
  • paolo1955
  • Michael Wolf
  • paolo1955
  • Denis Molodkin
  • paolo1955
  • Bradley Nichol
  • paolo1955
  • gail anderson
  • paolo1955
  • Antonia Newall
  • paolo1955
  • Fremme
  • paolo1955
  • TEEJAY1309
  • paolo1955
desktop tablet-landscape content-width tablet-portrait workstream-4-across phone-landscape phone-portrait
desktop tablet-landscape content-width tablet-portrait workstream-4-across phone-landscape phone-portrait

10% off

for joining the Redbubble mailing list

Receive exclusive deals and awesome artist news and content right to your inbox. Free for your convenience.