Sundance Range

Couple of weeks ago, a day after snow fell on the mountains, I was out taking pictures as the sun set. The valley was turning green while snow still lingered higher up. The wind was calm which meant having to deal with mosquitos, but a vey small price to pay to get the picture. I just had to wait until the clouds moved into the position, once they did it was time to take the picture.

Sundance Range

Sundance Range

The days are long and there is always something to take pictures of, flora, fauna and landscapes are providing endless photography opportunities.  There is time before work, after work and on days off the hardest part is deciding what not to take pictures of. Sometime I think it would have been lot easier if I just took pictures of mammals, or just birds, or just be into landscape photography. But it's hard to choose one from others, the challenge is fun and this way  it's very rare returning home without any pictures. And most of all it's a great way to learn how all parts of nature are connected. 

Until next moment,

Amar

Sundance Range

Sundance Range

It was a another beautiful day in Banff National Park. I was out taking pictures of birds and any mammals I came across. On my way home, I decided to stop along the Bow River to take this picture few hours before the sunset. Not a bad way to spend the day.

Until next moment,

Amar

Sundance Range

Sundance Range

With water level higher then normal at the Vermilion Lakes, more opportunities are provided for sunset pictures. The water was still, the green colours were out and the clouds were in the right place. Just for added bonus, the moon was in the sky. Was happy to get this picture.

Until next moment,

Amar

Sundance Range

Everything was ready for me to take the pictures. Had rained earlier, the colours of the plants were beautiful rich green. The water front of me was still and deep, creating a nice reflection of the mountain range. Enough vegetation growing in the water to add to the images but not enough to take away the reflection. The sky had dark clouds that were letting enough light to spotlight part of the mountains and create drama in sky. All I had to do was set my camera on the tripod and take the pictures.

Until next moment,

Amar