This week we have “Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways”. An interesting concept. With digital cameras, most pictures we take are multiple shots of the same vista, done in different ways. This makes it very hard to come up with the perfect set. We’ll give it a go though.
I took these shots at Waterton Lake, Alberta in Canada. They are of a 1920’s vintage railway hotel known as the Prince Of Wales Hotel. Quite a stunning site. Waterton is part of the Canadian National Park System. It straddles the Canada-USA border and borders Glacier National Park in Montana. It was created in 1895m as Canada’s 4th national park. It was October when we were there and it was not a classic weekend weatherwise. Added to the photos though.
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19 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways”
Thanks. Old beat up Fuji that I have since retired.
Looks a little bleak…
It was cold. We were planning in golfing. There was even a golf tournament on lol. The course let us take a cart out to see the course which was good if them. Ugly day.
What a beautiful setting for a hotel, I would love to stay there for a couple of days! Great photos!
Tis a beautiful place. Mountains trails and back country camping
I like your photos. They really impress how important shots are to getting the right feel.
Thanks. I’m more of a quantity guy. Take enough shots and some work out good. I also like to think that I can recognize something that may turn out good.
That’s a good way to go about getting the best shots. I am still working and learning…but hey I just love seeing the photos later on. 🙂
Love these photos, especially the landscape one! Thanks for the pingback! I’d love to stay at this hotel!
The inside is pretty interesting as well.
I bet!! Maybe someday I’ll get there and get to experience it myself! Love Canada!
Can’t beat the Rockies. An Hoyt from my front door and I’m in some pretty amazing territory. Where you at?
I’m in northern Virginia but I used to live in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho and I went up to Banff numerous times while I lived there in the early 80s!
Love Coeur d’Alene. Was there a couple of years ago. Great spot.