Snapping Photos – Robson’s Yellows, Purples, Shapes and Textures

Mount Robson's Valley
Mount Robson’s Valley

Son left at home, a summer job securely held in hand. Day two on a summer’s long-distance drive from High Level, Alberta to Qualicum Beach, British Columbia, nets a few moments driving respite in the valley beneath Mount Robson, Canada’s highest peak. With camera on tripod, I move behind the visitor’s center to find a field with yellows, purples, shapes and textures – all at hand. Everyone snapping photos – people in this place, recording their moments, here.

Quote to Inspire – “If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough.” – Robert Capa

Listening to – Dave Matthews’ Bartender.

7 thoughts on “Snapping Photos – Robson’s Yellows, Purples, Shapes and Textures

    1. Hey there, Virgilio:

      I’m liking your photo/thought blog – a quiet journey, a creative response to the day’s day and to Life. I’m liking the T.S. Eliot quote.

      Thanks for looking in … take care, 🙂

      Lumens

    1. Hello Cindy:

      You’re looking at Mount Robson and summer photos … colour and setting. I’m feeling a little impatient for spring to be getting on and arriving. Are you? Or do you already live in a climate allowing warmth and flowers and greenery?

      🙂

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