After a few hours of driving to Invermere, we set off for our next destination along the steep, 4-mile climb to Jumbo Pass. The track rises from the forest below Bastille Mountain’s ramparts before the incredible panorama opens out across Jumbo and Karnak Mountains to one side and the stunning Horseshoe Glacier tumbling from the Cauldron Mountain to the other. The only way I can describe the hike is like constantly climbing up a set of stairs, loaded down with 43 pounds of camping and photography gear. We decided to spend the night here, shooting both sunset and sunrise with stunning fields of wildflowers juxtaposed against the rugged peaks. One of the reasons I had opted to do this trip during summer (rather than fall when most photographers head to The Rockies to capture the larches in full color) was because of the wildflowers in bloom. Best showcase of wildflowers I’ve ever seen! Thank you for looking!!
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Picture taken, Tuesday, July 16, 1985
Camera Niko, Film Agfa Color 100 ASA
Tormenta nocturna en mi ciudad, 30 Aniversario.
Fotografia tomada el Martes 16 de Julio de 1985.
Cámara Nikon, Película Agfa Color 100 ASA
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