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Friday, February 1, 2013

Roadtrip part 2

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These photos were taken this week on our road trip to Alberta from our home in Western B.C. They were taken out the car window while travelling 50 miles an hour down the road and all are straight out of the camera. No opportunity to straighten that crooked horizon!
 
I had to duck and dodge my Hubby while he was driving and try not to distract his concentration on the road. The roads were slushy and slippery with built up compact snow patches so he needed to keep his focus on the road!

It was a cloudy day and occasional snowflakes coming down. 

The water was still and calm, making the reflections in the lake almost mirror-like.


This area is between Salmon Arm and Sicamous in the interior of B.C.

We arrived safely at our destination and I have a lot more pictures to show over the next few days. Who knows, maybe seeing some of these photos will make you put visiting B.C. one of the things to do on your bucket list!!!
It is a gorgeous country!

8 comments:

The Write Girl said...

What a beautiful landscape reflected in tranquil waters.

Wendy said...

Stunning photos!

'Tsuki said...

This lake is awesome... I like the light on your picture, so blue.

AmitAag said...

Awesome reflections!
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Jidhu Jose said...

awesome clicks

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Audrey said...

Magnifique panorama !

Joyful said...

Beautiful scenery along the drive. I always love a road trip through BC to Alberta.

Black Jack's Carol said...

I, too, love to take photos through the window when "my" Bill (also a wonderful driver) is at the wheel. As you say, it is important that "we" do not distract our partners from the job at hand. I could picture your excitement as you caught these wonderful photos. Very glad you made it to your destination safely.