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Bow Lake, Icefield Parkway, Canada




Hey there! Bow Lake, Icefield Parkway, Canada. Did you see my hubby. Every once in a while he make an appearance on the blog. He has no desire to be in the shots. Maybe one day he will ...for now he is just a background kind of guy. But he will never know if he's back is too us, right??! wink. wink. ha. ha!! who's laughing??! I am. Beth ( :

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eileeninmd said…
Good Morning, Beth! I love your scenic shots. What a beautiful place to visit.. My hubby is the same way, he does not like his photos on my blog or internet.. Have a happy Monday!
Linda Kay said…
I almost missed hubby, Beth....kind of blended in with the shot of the beautiful mountain and lake. Thanks for the gorgeous view!
TexWisGirl said…
just GORGEOUS!!
Pamela Gordon said…
It's nice to see a picture of your hubby even if his back is to us. lol The lake and mountain photos are so beautiful. I love the Rockies!
Marie C said…
Lovely shot! What a shy hubby! :-)
William Kendall said…
That lake and those mountains... I know them well! They're old pals, so to speak.
Stunning! (My husband is the same way, lol.)
Stephanie said…
Gorgeous scenery!
I love it! I've convinced hubby to be in mine!!!
Michelle said…
What a beautiful place!
Rose said…
That is a beautiful place...
Ruth Hiebert said…
Gorgeous scenery.
Tanya Breese said…
whoa, that's beautiful!!
Beth said…
Such a beautiful place to visit! :) Thanks for sharing.
What an incredibly beautiful place!! xx
Sandi said…
Love these photos. You have a talented eye!

I was drawn here by the name. Seriously, E. Lizard Breath? Haha...I have to know the story there. I'll take a look around the blog. Maybe you explain it...

;-)

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