Nice photo, angle and sharpness. IMHO, it could greatly use a bit of Photoshop® editing, especially auto levels and exposure change to really make it "pop".
Beautiful shot, John.
Great photo of the after restoration condition. The camera position is incorrect, however. This view is from the south looking north along the landscaped parking strip. I performed the restoration of this historically important Neptune Fountain between 1998 and 2002. A fascinating story that's still in progress. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for this photo. Some of the best days of my life were spent skiing off of that peak. The snow was deep, fresh, uncrowded, steep, in-your-face, exhilarating. I spent upwards of 50 days a year skiing there.
Sadly, I now live a very, very long way from there and, while there are plenty of mountains in Central America, there is no snow.
John McCall, coincidence?
My name is Joe McCall and I took my flight training out at Springbank, actually flew the C-172 in the photo. I currently live in Okotoks and fly into Springbank everyonce in awhile as I am a member of the Calgary Flying Club and like to take part in the Club's flying activities, especially their Saturday Sortie's.
I believe this was originally developed as an equestrian trail.
nice photo... but the ski hill is across the road from the placement...
Nice! That looks like it was taken while flying above Caanan Mountain south of Zion National Park, looking northwestward or perhaps north-by-northwestward. I see the irrigation pond on the lower right-hand area of the Trees farms and private land along the east fork of the Virgin River in the Shunesburg area. Directly to the left of the pond, the hills rise up to the spires of the Eagle Crags. And along the north fork of the Virgin River, is Springdale. I suspect one of the highest peaks in the upper-right-hand corner where mountains meet sky is Brian Head.
Very fun shot! (I love aerial views! :)