Many new panoramas of Alberta, Banff, Jasper and Rockies


I've been remiss in updating my panoramas, so I just did some work on the site and put up a new page full of Alberta panoramas, as well as some others I will point to shortly.

The Alberta rockies are among the most scenic mountains in the world. Many have called the Icefields Parkway, which goes between Banff and Jasper national parks, the most scenic drive in the world. I've taken it several times in both summer and winter and it is not to be missed. I have a wide variety of regular photos I need to sort and put up as well from various trips.

This image is of Moraine Lake, which is close to the famous Lake Louise. All the lakes of these parks glow in incredible colours of teal, blue and green due to glacial silt. In winter they are frozen and the colour is less pronounced, but the mountains are more snow-capped, so it's hard to say which is the best season. (This photo is available as a jigsaw puzzle from Ratzenberger.)

Enjoy the Panoramics of Alberta. And I recommend you book your own trip up to Calgary or Edmonton to do the drive yourself. I think you'll find this to be among my best galleries of panoramas.

I also recently rebuilt and improved my shot of Ginza-5-Chome, Tokyo's most famous street corner. While it was handheld I have been able to remove almost all the ghosts with new software.


Your page on Digital V Film is way out of date!

Your photographs are great but here in South Wales our mountains are little more than hills.

I don't even know exactly how I came across your pages - probably because my son is doing a science project on the Great Barrier Reef and I have been sifting through to find some pictures for him. I'm doing wonderfully my second time through 4th grade!

I just wanted to tell you that I think you have a wonderful eye for getting "expressive" shots for the lack of a better word. I really enjoyed my "little vacation". I haven't been out West since I was a kid. What great memories you brought back to me. It's a gift - keep using it.


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