Photographer's Note

Visiting my own country was on my wish-list since ever, but attraction for more exotic destinations was always putting this project on the back burner. Although I am familiar with Toronto and Vancouver, discovering the Prairies, the Rockies and everything in between was a really nice experience, and being with Wanda have made it unforgettable.

We were alone at Moraine Lake that morning, just after a fresh snowfall had covered the area with a delicate white layer; we felt it was the most majestic and peaceful place on Earth, at least at 5h00 in the morning...

The beauty of doing landscape photography is that there is never identical light and weather conditions from one time to another, but although I was there in 4 different occasions, the best moment was that first one, where clouds were creating theatrical curtains, opening up to show the famous mountains peak.

Since there is already a lot of images from Moraine Lake on TE and everywhere else, I did a panoramic photo out of 7 vertical frames, showing a 180 view of the surrounding.

As a large format would have been more appropriate to show details, my document was ready to be uploaded, but I forgot the prescribed dimensions to respect on the small version in the first place and it's now too late to do it. Sorry guys...

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