Landscape Photography Canoeing the Bow River, Banff National Park Mountain peaks obscured by mist over Lake Louise on a cool spring evening. All the canoes were lined up on the Emerald Lake dock in advance of the storm moving in over the mountains. We came across some fly fishermen at Johnson Lake in Banff National Park. It must take some practise to cast that long line. Boys… always trying to impress a girl. Iconic Canadian image of the canoes lined up on the shore of Moraine Lake. Someday I’d like to follow that water around the bend and see what’s beyond this vantage point. Even partially obscured, the view at Lake Louise is still stunning. Parks Canada has a #sharethechair program with comfy red chairs strategically placed in all the national parks. This pair of chairs overlooks Lake Minnewanka in Banff National Park. This old barn has surely seen many a storm pass overhead. Moraine Lake in the Valley of the Ten Peaks was the scene printed on the back of the Canadian $20 bill from 1969 to 1993 – a familiar and well loved scene. This barge is a hub of activity in the summer, but in the winter it stands in isolation. Canoers enjoying the peaceful lake before the rain and winds rolled in. “Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.” ~ Dr. Seuss Even partially obscured, the view at Lake Louise is still stunning. Sandy beach washed clean by the ocean’s waves. Low hanging clouds completely obscuring the mountains surrounding Lake Louise.