Wondering David Thompson County once again

October 09, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Well I spent a little bit of time in one of my favourite location the Provence of Alberta, Yes you guessed it David Thompson County! I wondered it with a friend of mine she's a keen photographer that I was able to make her scramble down the cliff to Crescent Falls. To me you are the most beautiful locations in this province. Through out the whole day I don't think I got more than 10 shots that I was truly happy with, but boy those shots were good! 

 

Crescent Falls up CloseCrescent Falls up CloseScrabiling down to the valley of the Bighorn River at the foot of the second deck of Crescent Fall.

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Yellow before SiffleurYellow before SiffleurMy whole trip to David Thompson County was about colour for me, it is good I found some. :)

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Also decided to take a little scroll towards Siffleur Falls but the rumours of bears and approaching darkness, Made us change our minds. But I still got A shot but I enjoyed. I also spent some time in another of my favourite locations, Swan Hills. But that's the next blog.

The path to Elbe PeakThe path to Elbe PeakThe trail to Siffleur Falls, Edbe Peak get perfectly framed. One of the most beautiful locations in Alberta is the Kooteney Plains well worth a visit.

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