This is Vimy Ridge In Wateron Glacier National Park Located on the Canadian Side in Southern Alberta.
This National Park is a World Heritage Site and is also dedicated as Waterton International Peace Park
I have been told that this shot is rarely captured, due to the frequency of the winds around this area.

My Aunt and My Grandmother have tried for years and never had the opportunity to capture this Mountain and its mirrored image before and they live here.
I have searched hundreds of Pictures and have seen only one single Mirrored Image of this Mountain on the Internet there has to be more I’m sure. I have been back several times to take more shots but the water was too choppy, as the winds are almost always blowing, I was Extremely fortunate to have captured this shot.
For more Historical Information on “Vimy Ridge” I found a site link below for you to check out.
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Vimy Ridge, Waterton Alberta Canada

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waterton alberta canada, fine art, mirrored reflection, mountain, snow covered, vimy ridge

Comments

  • Tainia Finlay
    Tainia Finlayabout 6 years ago

    Truly awesome Jase, and what an acheivement after all those years – well done mate!

  • Jason D. Laderoute
    Jason D. Lader...about 6 years ago

    LOL All those years LOL
    I just stopped the Car walk down by the lake adjusted my tripod attached the camera and Click click click paned around a bit click click click LOL then I went home and well my Grandma’s is quite proud but others seem to be miffed about how easy I obtained the shot LOL the worse thing about it is it had been a spontaneous trip down here with a friend, didn’t even plan on being in Waterton but LOL I like how it turned out I’m glad I can share it and I’m glad you appreciate it Tainia ;O)
    LOL I feel like I’m bragging, yeah I guess I am really trying not to just trying to tell like it happened is all. LOL If my aunt reads this she is gonna smack me LOL

  • handprintz
    handprintzabout 6 years ago

    Wow ! one of those rare shots that would’nt matter which way you turned it it would still look the same ! beautifully done Jas and great colours

  • ;O) Thanks True
    I did not quite nail it as I was fully equipped with the understanding but the next time the wind is calm and the mountain is reflecting I will be sure to get the shot, and then try some new inspirations Thank you once again Trudi ;O)

    – Jason D. Laderoute

  • North0f40
    North0f40about 6 years ago

    Excellent work my friend !!!

  • Thanks you Northof40, I was extremely blown away when I caught this, the car was stopped so fast that I could have been ejected. :O)

    – Jason D. Laderoute

  • Mui-Ling Teh
    Mui-Ling Tehabout 6 years ago

    Very nice shot; really worth all those attempts :)

  • Mui-Ling Teh, My friend, I have been wondering about you and how you have been settling in amidst your new surroundings, glad to hear from you.
    I hope things are well with you and that you are full of great spirit and enjoying with extreme joy your new experiences
    Thanks Mui-Ling Teh I am thrilled that you took the time to check this out and appreciate it, I am truly delighted ;O)

    – Jason D. Laderoute

  • Kimberley  x ♥ Davitt
    Kimberley x ♥...about 6 years ago

    wwwooooowwwww

    This is stunning a fabulous capture

    well done

  • Thanks Kim, I really am encouraged with your reaction to this Comp.
    I appreciate the look ;O)

    – Jason D. Laderoute

  • blambert
    blambertabout 6 years ago

    Ah, perfection :) Great timing to get that shot!

  • Thanks Beth ;O)
    Thanks for the Encouragement (…Today is a great day! )
    I can honestly say that I am proud of this one, so please keep my humility in check ;O)

    – Jason D. Laderoute

  • Vickie Emms
    Vickie Emmsabout 6 years ago

    this is a stunning photo, so it’s in Waterton NP? Thought it looked familiar :-))

  • Oh!? You have been there, wow isn’t it unforgettable?!! I would have said unforgivable but now that I live in the neighborhood (So to speak) I can get out there a bit more easily. I really appreciate your comments.

    – Jason D. Laderoute

  • Robert Jenner
    Robert Jennerabout 6 years ago

    Excellent work…… hey all my pictures are stopping the car and just snapping away, amazing what you capture…. Rob J :)
    PS
    Check out my lizard in my art work… I just held the camera under the stairs and there he was…
    Rob

  • LOL That is Hilarious hey thanks for sharing the like mindedness I have put the brakes on shooting from the car, I now at least stop and get out to Compose and Click, and I have set some new goals that actually involves me going for a hike away from the car LOL and since then I have decided to stick to the fact that I need to be more active when I get the opportunity LOL However if I’m driving like others I’m sure one hand on the wheel and the other well is almost a camera LOL
    Thanks Robert :O)

    – Jason D. Laderoute

  • Caroline Gorka
    Caroline Gorkaabout 6 years ago

    This deserves a title …but not a trite one.

  • Thanks Caroline, yes you are right, I have left it as Temporarily untitled in hopes of suggestions that may be befitting of even help to inspire a title.
    Thank you Caroline ;O)

    – Jason D. Laderoute

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