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Enroute today and yesterday to Banff, just arrived and here are some preliminary pics.
The flowers, butterflies and bees at Lake Louise are all very happy and beautiful.
Can you see the butterfly and the bee having a chat?
Such beautiful flowers everywhere!
I am traveling now which makes access to computers far more difficult. I will post when I can and follow your posts when I am able to. Please understand if I am less active than usual. But don’t worry, I will pop in when I can. Cheers to you from gorgeous Canada and I hope I get some good critter snaps for you soon!
102 thoughts on “On The Road Again: Alberta and British Columbia Canada!”
Absolutely GORGEOUS photography again!
SO happy you think so! Merci~
Tons of flowers it’s paradise land for sure
Wow!! I’m speechless!
Gorgeous, gorgeous flowers. And blue sky to match the water 🙂
Such a lovely place!!Thank you~
yea! I love when you travel so i can live vicariously from my laptop!
You are so much fun to bring a long!!! 🙂
so colourful! I will enjoy your travel photos, don’t see much of Canada!
So glad and happy you will come along!
Welcome to Alberta Cindy. I hope the weather holds out for your visit. It really is beautiful in the Rockies and your pictures show them off well.
Raining a bit today but nothing can mar the stunning scenery!
Gorgeous pics!! Have a wonderful time!! Years ago I went to Victoria, I love Canada and hope to go again sometime. Have lots of fun! Hugs Lisa and Bear
HUGZ AND THANKS, BACK TO YOUR BOTH!
Ahhh, my home town. Enjoy…
Impossible not to enjoy. The beauty is gobb-smacking everywhere one looks!
Have fun on the road,Cindy.
Thank you my friend~
Aren’t they stunners! So glad you enjoyed them~
Gorgeous scenes! Have fun..
This is a diverse and beautiful country! Nowhere else I would rather live.
You are right though, gorgeous!
What a great place to travel. Love the expansive scenery. Lovely shots too.
Very kind & cheers to you!
Beautiful and hope you have a wonderful trip.
So kind and grazi!
Nice captures, and have a grand trip with lots of terrific memories.
Most kind & merci madam!
Very nice photos, as usual. What a great place. Never saw photos of it before. Thank you for posting them.
More to come as the trip progresses, so please stay tuned to the same bat channel!!!
All beautiful images but that butterfly on white petals … loved it! 😉
Makes me happy! Thank you~
Just beautiful. This is a place I’ve always wanted to visit. Have a great trip. I like your new blog background, by the way. I’ve changed my “About” page as well. When you have a moment, you might want to check it out–if you like color, you’ll like Franz Marc (the artist)!
oooooh! I want to see it!!!
Just click “About In Your Own Time” on my blogsite, or google “images” and “Franz Marc” and you’ll see them all – very colorful!
Stunning images… again.
will do thanks~
Impressive! Thank you for posting these beautiful pictures of Canada, the home of my Birth .. OH CANADA!! …
Oh gorgeous Canada! I wanted to retire to The Sunshine Coast and I can never get enough of your beautiful, progressive, country!
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If you have not seen my Home Land then these pictures bring you back! How beautiful it is to see the Creator and His handiwork! Absolutely breath taking! So breath taking there are no words to express what I see here.
Yes indeed!! Glory everywhere you look!
Wow – wonderful views!! And I love the two bees and the butterfly and bee sharing the flowers!!
There were so many!!! I was elated! lol~
I’ve gotta get some more shots. There must have been a bee and butterfly convention!
Critters can wait, Cuz. The mountains and flowers are beautiful enough. Really miss seeing that part of the country. Used to hike and trout fish in Wyoming and Montana. Even wandered into Alberta and BC a time or two. It looks really gorgeous from your pics. Enjoy !!!
Thank you cuz and it is divine!!!
Wonderful pictures as usual! I especially love the butterfly and the bee chatting. <3 We may actually move up to that area someday, so this is a great preview. Just lovely. 🙂
Oh you would be most fortunate indeed, beautiful and unspoiled country!
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Check out some beautiful photos from my friend Cindy who is travelling in Canada! <3
So very kind of you, and so very appreciated!! Thank you~
These photos are just brilliant… can’t wait for more….
That makes me happy!! Thank you~
It’s everything I thought it would be, Cindy! Have a wonderful time 🙂
So nice and thanks!!
Stunning shots, as always. Esp. the white flower with the butterfly, WoW!
It was gorgeous! Hundreds of butterflies!!!
Hundreds, that is so awesome, Cindy!!!
Ooo… Change is good! Both, taking a trip… and changing the blog theme!
We need to get refreshed now-and-then… just to take a time and enjoy the view!
Yes I love the changes!! Hugz to you Fae~
Goodness – What beauty!
Muchas gracias mi amiga!!
De nada 🙂
Gorgeous scenery! Looks like it’ll be a fun trip already! 🙂 Have fun, Cindy.
Hope so!! Cheers to you~
Enjoy! I like your new theme – cheers!
So glad you like the theme. Need to fix some of the font colors when I have time, but thanks and cheers to you~
Stunning!!! Thank you for taking me along…
You make it more fun!
Have fun my friend!
Most kind of you!!
you have done the views justice… 🙂 gorgeous photos!
Oh good, because it’s beauty is unsurpassed!
Cindy what kind of camera do you use? Those are just stunning. Your pictures are as pretty as the eye sees. Wow just wow!
Very kind of you!! Thank you. I use the Sony HX 300~
They are phenomenal ~
I know I’m always saying ‘great colour’, Cindy, but truly: STUNNING COLOUR!!
Merci, merci and much appreciated my friend!
Fantastic! And you’ve just given me a very good incentive to press on with the “Canada Fuind” so I can go visit my cousin and her new husband in Canada!
Save, save, save, so you can go, go, go!! You will be so glad you did!!
I’m sure I will! Apparantly black bears are common there and one paid my cousin a visit in their garden one morning when she was kissing her husband goodbye!!!! She was oblivious to it lol but he wasn’t!! She also had a close shave with a skunk as she was heading out to work and narrowly missed a very smelly morning!!
Have fun. Enjoy.
Cheers & hugz~
You are an amazing travel writer. I can’t wait to see more. 🙂
You are a wonderful friend!! Grazi & cheers~
Can you say: proliferation of daisies? because you can sure shoot ’em! And the beez! What are they…wearing mini aviator goggles? It looks like they could be-e!! So good!! Do you sell this anywhere?
I really want you to write by photo id’s!! You are such a talent my friend. We are members of a mutual admiration society. How cool is that!! Thank you~
it is very cool. As i just noted in a comment–I admire your work tremendously, and also your perception about people overall.
If i can ever do anything (other than share your awesome phtogrpahy on fb) to further your dreams…please do not hesitate to say what. 🙂
also–really do want to buy the bee…;)
Hugz to you my friend. Your kindness is contagious! Thank goodness!!
What a wide array of beautiful flowers, especially for this time of year!
Enjoy your trip. Enjoy your days away from technology. Your photographs, here and on subsequent posts that I have just scrolled through, are spectaluar, as usual. On a technical point, what you list as “bees” are actually flies of some sort. Bee have two pairs of wings and small eyes. These insects have two, single wings are really large eyes. Of course, both are pollinaters, and therefore desirable. The “honey bee” that we stick in boxes, and green-bottle flies that we swat are only two of thousands of beens and flies. A health environment should have many varieties. Thus, your photo is demonstrating that you are in a healthy place, regardless of whether the insect is one we usuall categorize as a pest.
How fascinating!! There is a resident Bee expert lurking here, named Emily Heath. Emily are you here? She can probably identify them for us. I did find it odd how they clustered together on the flower buds in ways I hadn’t seen bees do. So thank you for the explanation. The next three days will be techno free as we will be remote in Revelstoke….but, I have been amazed at where you can find wifi spots!!! So we’ll see~
What spectacular colors! I really do thirst for color. Amazing that some people choose to make the world so drab. Hugs!
Yes!! Beige makes me feel so blaah!! We have too much beige in the US!