Posts Tagged ‘Canada’

Posted by lcscott at 20 June 2011

Category: Canada, Featured Photos, Picture of the day, Scott Jarvie

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A fox running through a snow covered field off of Township Road 40 in Canada

Fox is a common name for many species of omnivorous mammals in the Canidae family.  They are smaller than a medium-sized dog with a long narrow snout and a bushy tail.

Foxes can live for up to 10 years in the wild, but due to hazards such as hunting and road accidents and diseases, they often live for only two to four years.

A snowy road in Canada along Pincher Creek No. 9, AB T0K just north of Waterton Lakes National Park.

The picture on the left was taken in Waterton Lakes National Park of Canada here.

The other picture was taken at Banff National Park of Canada here.

“Rugged, windswept mountains rise abruptly out of gentle prairie grassland in spectacular Waterton Lakes National Park. Here, several different ecological regions meet and interact in a landscape shaped by wind, fire, flooding, and abundant plants and wildlife. The park helps protect the unique and unusually diverse physical, biological and cultural resources found in the Crown of the Continent: one of the narrowest places in the Rocky Mountains.”

For more information visit Parks Canada.


The first sun rays hit the very top of the mountain peak across the lake at Waterton National Park in Alberta Canada.

All pictures taken in Late December of 2010 – Courtesy of JarvieDigital Photography

We’ll be featuring a lot of pictures from this road trip to Canada and down to California


These are the first rays on another peak on the same day.

Below is just before the sun hits the park or any of the peaks


One more look of the first rays of sun to light up those clouds.

Here’s a bit more of the scene the other direction



If you’ve never been to Waterton it’s right on the USA – Canada Border in Alberta

In fact the mountain in the above picture probably is partially in USA

To learn more about Waterton go to their site

You can also see the Wikipedia Entry

And one random site that caters to trips to Waterton