Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Mount Rundle in Banff National Park

Mount Rundle is probably the most photographed mountain in Banff National Park. It's beautiful and easy to get to. There is a paved road near the town of Banff which leads to the Vermillion Lakes and wonderful views of the mountain.

The following photos of Mount Rundle were created over the course of several years. Depending on factors such as; cloudiness, time of day, wind, weather, and season the mountain appears very different. That's one of the best things about photographing nature, no matter how many times I photograph the same location it is never the same.

The only thing constant is change.

Fall reflections from the Third Vermillion Lake.

Last light on clouds at the summit of Mount Rundle.

Cloudy afternoon reflections.

- 28 degrees Fahrenheit, a cold winter sunset.

A stormy evening from the Third Vermillion Lake.

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