As the sun sinks down below the horizon, the well known windmills of the MD of Pincher Creek were silhouetted high on Cowley Ridge. The even more well known winds of Southern Alberta created folds in the sky.
Last year, the Napi Friendship Association in Pincher Creek, Alberta, celebrated their 40th anniversary of the Napi Pow Wow. Pictured above, the Grand Entrance is a major highlight of the incredible event.
Lundbreck Falls can be found between the Crowsnest Pass and Pincher Creek, Alberta. I was lucky enough to photograph kayakers as they ran Lundbreck Falls during a white water rafting competition. Enjoy more of my Canada travel photography in the links found below. Visit all my posts from England, Wales and Scotland and Turkey. Enjoy … More Kayaking over Lundbreck Falls, Alberta – Photo a day, September 29, 2012 – Canada Travel Photography
This two-year-old male cougar was found slinking through the town of Pincher Creek Alberta. Fish and wildlife officers scared it up a tree, tranquilized it and then I had the rare opportunity of photographing a usually elusive animal, who was in a bear proof cage, waiting to be released back into the backcountry. Enjoy more … More Eyes of a Canadian Cougar – Photo a day, September 28, 2012 – Canada Travel Photography
Hello everyone; welcome back to Traveling with Krushworth. For those of you don’t know I work as a community journalist in Southern Alberta. I write for the Crowsnest Pass Promoter as well as the Pincher Creek Echo. Some pretty wacky things happen to me, but there are some tales that seem to top all ordinary … More Mistaken for Spider-man in Twin Butte, Alberta