This weekend I’m going through photos that I’ve taken in the last year or so as I prepare for this year’s Goldbar sale (see previous post for details). It’s great looking back at these photos, remembering the times I was out to capture them, and realizing that it’s been far too long since I’ve updated my website to share some of these with you. So, perhaps for the next few posts I’ll show you some of the images I have particularly enjoyed re-discovering as a teaser for the website updates I’m currently working on (shouldn’t be too long now…).
I took this photograph while hiking the Sulphur Skyline trail in Jasper National Park. It’s a shorter hike, with pretty steep (and constant) elevation gain, and the view from the top is incredible. This one is from the way back down (easier to think about making photographs once the pulse has slowed down a little), looking southeast I believe–which would make this either Utopia Mountain or Mount O’Hagan. Does anybody know for sure? Besides the view, the best thing about this hike is that the trailhead is a few hundred meters from the Miette hotsprings–definitely a great way to end a day of climbing, I would certainly recommend it next time you’re in Jasper.