August, up behind Banff, on Sulfur Mountain, a Gondola ride ferries me, skyward, high above to a prominent mountain peak, a culling point for a cross-section of travelers and wanderlust. The sun, glimpsed behind clouds … sets – a time for a photo, a time to share with fellow mountain-top travelers what my camera captures; encouragement comes in broken, best effort English … “ten more minutes” and “beautiful [sunset].”
Quote to Consider – “To consult the rules of composition before making a picture is a little like consulting the law of gravitation before taking a walk.” – Edward Weston
Listening to – Of Monsters and Men’s ‘King and Lionheart,’ ‘Dirty Paws’ and ‘Slow and Steady.’
4 thoughts on “Sulfur Mountain – Sunset”
Hey there, Norma:
Thank you. Getting to the peak was a never-done; the last time I’d been on a Banff mountain top was skiing at Sunshine … perhaps twenty years ago.
Great, so great… ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
Thank you, Marion … 😉