Breathtaking Kananaskis River by Teresa Zieba
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Featured in Alberta – Wild Rose Country – Sept 29, 2011
Featured in Canadian Rocky Mountains – Sept 9, 2011
Featured in The World As We See It, or as we missed it – Aug 25, 2011

The Kananaskis River is a mountain river in western Alberta, Canada.
It is a tributary of the Bow River, crossing the length of Kananaskis Country.
The Kananaskis originates in the Canadian Rockies, east of the continental divide, in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park. It flows southeast to the Upper Kananaskis Lake, then turns north into the Lower Kananaskis Lake. From here it has a northbound course on the border of Spray Valley Provincial Park and Elbow-Sheep Wildland Provincial Park, where the Kananaskis Trail follows its itinerary. The lower course flows through Bow Valley Provincial Park, where Barrier Lake is formed along the river.
Barrier Lake is an artificial lake used for hydroelectric power generation.
The Kananaskis merges into the Bow River at Seebe, 30 km east of Canmore.
The Kananaskis River has a total length of 74 kilometers (46 mi).

Three dams, built in 1955, control the river’s rate of flow: Interlakes, Pocaterra, and Barrier, all three of which are remotely controlled and operated by TransAlta.

I’m married to a wonderful man for over 35 years. I have one daughter and one grandson. I live in Winnipeg, Canada. Photography is my passion as is travelling. I do both whenever I can.

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  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppover 3 years ago

    Wonderful POV Teresa…enjoyed the read as well…inst fave BTW!!!

  • Thank you Larry. I thought the view was amazing. It’s so gorgeous there. Can’t wait to be there again. Counting days already, lol!

    – Teresa Zieba

  • Charmiene Maxwell-batten
    Charmiene Maxw...over 3 years ago

    stunning work!

  • Thank you Charmiene. I’m so glad you like it.

    – Teresa Zieba

  • trish725
    trish725over 3 years ago

    Glorious work!

  • Thank you very much Trish. I couldn’t get enough of this view.

    – Teresa Zieba

  • cherylc1
    cherylc1over 3 years ago

    Absolutely gorgeous!

  • Thanks a lot Cheryl.

    – Teresa Zieba

  • Dominika Aniola
    Dominika Aniolaover 3 years ago

    Piękne zdjęcie – fascynujący kolor wody!

  • Dzieki Dominika. Wszystkie jeziorka tutaj sa takiego koloru bo sa pochodzenia polodowcowego.

    – Teresa Zieba

  • Leslie van de Ligt
    Leslie van de ...over 3 years ago

    What a lovely capture Teresa. Guess you guys are leaving for there again soon. More too come right. :>)) Leslie

  • Thank you sweetie.Yes, we are leaving next Sunday. I hope we will have more, lol!

    – Teresa Zieba

  • Tim Denny
    Tim Dennyover 3 years ago

    Great shot, good job

  • Many thanks Tim. Glad you like it.

    – Teresa Zieba

  • RickDavis
    RickDavisover 3 years ago

    If you wanna see natures beauty you have come to the right place,,,just look at this,,,,,love it,,,, Rick

  • Thank you for your kind comment Rick. It is very special to me.

    – Teresa Zieba

  • annalisa bianchetti
    annalisa bianc...over 3 years ago

    Gorgeous capture Teresa !!!!

  • Thank you so much Annalisa.

    – Teresa Zieba

  • Jan Siemucha
    Jan Siemuchaover 3 years ago

    Beautiful, congrats on the feature.

  • Thank you very much Jan. I’m happy you like it.

    – Teresa Zieba


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