Alberta - Part One

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  1. MrFSS

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    Wonderful shots, especially the ones of the Columbia Icefields. It must have been a wonderful oppurtunity for taking photos along the Parkway.
     
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    Taken last May. We had taken the train from Toronto to Jasper, then the bus down the Parkway to Banff and continued on the train to Vancouver.

    Walking around on the glacier is an experience!
     
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    The train from Toronto to Jasper?! that's quite the long trip... but I'm sure it was fun. These photos are great, I miss the mountains :(
     
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    Three days and two nights to Jasper - two days and one night from Banff to Vancouver. I'll try to post some of the pictures from along the way.

    This is our dome car where we spent a lot of time between Toronot and Jasper.

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    This was in our dome car from Banff to Vancouver

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    That really was some trip you had: picture "postcards" every mile of the way. These are very sharp and clear. Good job. :thumbup:
     
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    Great shots! I want to be there :D amazingly sharp images, good job!
     
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    dude, these are wonderful! keep 'em coming!
     
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    Nice postcard shots of the glacier - crystal clear and inviting.
     
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    Thanks, all for the comments. Taken with my trusty D-70 and Sigma 28-200mm Lens.
     
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    Simply amazing! Great set of images.
     
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    Very majestic, nice and crisp, good job.
     

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