Another one from our time in Banff, looking down on Lake Agnes and Lake Louise from the summit of Devil's Thumb.
This was definitely the biggest "holy shit" moment on our trip, with so many eye catching features in one landscape. It was very fitting too, as this ended up being the last mountain we climbed. A perfect finale.
A #sunrise on #SaintMaryLake is worth waking up early for. Thanks to @mccabejon_ for missing a little sleep to catch this golden moment. [Image description: Looking down Saint Mary Lake towards the east. #WildGooseIsland, a tiny conifer covered island, stands out in the middle of the lake with mountains in the background. The scene is cast in shadows, and bathed in a golden light.]
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It doesn’t take long for fall to turn into winter at #Glacier National Park (@glaciernps) in #Montana. While the falling snow brings road closures and smaller crowds, it also opens the season for skiing and snowshoeing in the park. There are options for all ability levels and trails that offer access to spectacular scenery cloaked in winter’s blanket of white. Photo by Jacob W. Frank, #NationalPark Service. #usinterior#findyourpark
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Photo @stephen_matera // A rare winter sunset on Mt. Rainier. Sunny days in winter are rare in the Northwest, even more rare on Mt. Rainier as it's massive size creates its own clouds, even when it's sunny nearby. With almost 13,000 feet of vertical rise on the western side of the mountain, Mt. Rainier is thousands of feet bigger than anything else nearby. Follow me @stephen_matera for more images like this from Washington and around the world. #winter#sunset#volcano#glacier
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As the days begin to wane north of the 66th parallel the sun seems to stand still. It hovers just above the southern horizon before dipping back down. My sense of time became clouded when I was there but I didn’t mind having golden light from dawn till dusk.