Even though we’d already been out early, to photograph the first sunrise of 2014, unseasonably warm weather beckoned us out for an afternoon walk. We weren’t the only ones who responded to the beauty of the afternoon. We encountered fat-bike riders, not-so-fat-bike riders, runners and lots of others walking (with and without traction aids) along the paved pathways connecting Three Sisters to the Canmore townsite.
The blue sky was punctuated with various cloud formations, so we opted to abandon the pathway and descend to water level to photograph the land and sky. One of the best things about that particular pathway is that it offers views of all the big name peaks: Ha Ling, Rundle, Lady MacDonald, Grotto, Three Sisters. We didn’t quite get them all…
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We did walk to Quarry Lake on January 2, to scout possible locations for another night photography outing. But when Environment Canada suddenly published a winter weather warning that afternoon, we hustled back home, packed our stuff and drove back to Calgary. So this wraps up our series of posts about our very enjoyable Christmas holiday in Canmore.