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Jasper National Park 2

Jasper National Park is huge ... enjoy those snow capped mountains!! amazing times and such a gorgeous area!! The 2nd shot is my header shot less the earth globes. ha. ha!!! Enjoy your day! Beth ( :


eileeninmd said…
Hi, Beth! I love the snowcapped mountains and the beautiful lake. Gorgeous scenic shots..Have a happy day and week ahead!
Mildred said…
Amazing pictures, Beth. Enjoy the day. me
Jasper is truly beautiful. I have never seen it and I live in Canada. I am so happy you posted these awesome shots. hug B
Judy said…
These photos are simply breathtaking!!!
Those photos are just gorgeous. I will enjoy the snow-capped mountains even more when it's late August and we're a little tired of the heat. Right now, we're so glad to be done with winter! LOL
don said…
The Jasper mountains are a beautful part of the chain of mountains throughout the parks.
William Kendall said…
Great views! Those mountains beckon me. I have climbed in the parks there.
TexWisGirl said…
really, really gorgeous!
It really is so very beautiful isn't it! xx
Missy George said…
Beautiful..Looks so much better without the earth globes..
Stephanie said…
Truly breathtaking views!
Ruth Hiebert said…
This is a truly spectacular area.
The view out over the lake is gorgeous. it looks very peaceful.
Weekend-Windup said…
What a beautiful clipping of the mountains and the sky! The reflection of the pebbles in water looks amazing!
Tanya Breese said…
such a beautiful place beth!
bettyl-NZ said…
That's some amazing scenery!
Anne Payne said…
Okay. I want to go here. I am in awe of the beauty displayed.

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