Glacier

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Comments (19)

Nick Weall on April 27, 2009

This one hits the wow factor clean off the scale ~~ a Golden Star to squirrel a copy of it away to me favourites ~ the cloud formations are fantastic and the mountains mighty and the glacier ~~ well ~~ Ciao nick

Theolfa on April 27, 2009

Thanks, Nick, I decided I should show scenes from Canada that merit looking at, before they melt away. The guide says the glaciers are receding at a much faster rate than before - global warming. Cheers! Theolfa

Alex_67 on May 6, 2009

Beautiful shot! Beautiful scenery! Regards, Alex

Theolfa on May 6, 2009

Thanks, Alex! your collection has some beautifu shots, too. Did you look at my Carpathian collection? Theolfa

skida on May 9, 2009

Absolutely stunning shot, Theolfa. So much drama in the landscape and the sky it takes my breath away!

Regards, Keith (the skida, not the handyman, nephew or friend from Prince Edward Island)

Theolfa on May 9, 2009

Thanks, Keith! Yes, the Rockies are breathtaking, I have flown over them many times but the ground view puts them in perspective. PS Thanks for joining my list of Keiths! Theolfa

Angela469 on May 16, 2009

I like this picture, the grand landscape and the moving clouds. Angela

Theolfa on May 18, 2009

Thanks, Angela! I'm glad you like it, and thanks for visiting. "Hi!" from Canada. Theolfa

Zsanna<Foto on May 23, 2009

You have lovely pics Theolfa specialy these over Rockie Mountains - did you fly over or you hit the sky on foot ? Very nice photo !

I can read you have been in the Charpathian Mount. How did you like that ? I'm going now to find that pics...

Cheers by now , Zsuzsanna / Zsanna

Theolfa on May 23, 2009

Szia, Zsuzsa!( My friends' son married Zsuzsi, daughter of Zsuzsa in Hungary & we were at their beautiful wedding about 3 years ago.) Our other friend, Zsigmond, has been with us many times to Hungary, and once to Transzylvania (his birthplace),driving through the Carpathians to Parajd. Un unforgettable journey. I have flown over the Rockies many times, but this time I was on the ground. Cheers! from Saskatchewan. Theolfa

Amelia Royan on May 23, 2009

Beautiful photo Theolfa. Truly amazing scenery and cloud formations. It is so dramatic in every way. I have added this one to my favourites :)

Greetings from Norway, Amelia

Theolfa on May 23, 2009

Thanks, Amelia! Canada has incredible scenery, and a lot of it still uninhabited. The northern half of Saskatchewan has no roads so access is by float/ski plane, but there's great forests and lakes to explore with the help of a guide Northern Saskatchewan. Thanks for adding it to your favourites :D Theolfa

Amelia Royan on May 23, 2009

Oh! I cannot follow the link you sent Theolfa. Occasionally there are errors in the server, particularly if one has a lot of "protection" on the computer.

But I enjoyed the blue writing :))))

Theolfa on May 23, 2009

Amelia I apologise for the abundance of blue, but I'm doing my homework so that I won't forget how to. ( I'm chuffed that I got the hang of it) :D Anyone interested in Saskatchewan would find it on Google if they really wanted to. Cheers! -Theolfa_

Theolfa on May 31, 2009

Hi, Domi! J'espere que vous avez vu le link que je vous donner. Vraiment jolie, n'est ce pas? Theolfa

picture fan on June 14, 2009

beautiful landscape and picture!

Greetings, Mario

Theolfa on June 14, 2009

Thanks, Mario! Glad you like it and took the time to say so. "Hi!" from Saskatchewan, Canada. Theolfa

♫ Swissmay on October 11, 2009

Great photo of this beautiful mountain scenery, Theolfa! Impressing clouds as well. Best regards, May

Theolfa on October 12, 2009

Thanks, May! I really appreciate your comment as you really know mountains, and I'm a flatlander. Cheers!Theolfa

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on April 24, 2009
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    by Theolfa
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot Pro1
    • Taken on 2005/09/12 02:26:58
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/2000)
    • Focal Length: 12.53mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.000
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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