Guide to The Icefields Parkway Wildlife Edition
John E. Marriott provides twenty years of experience photographing wildlife along the Icefields Parkway into your hands. This guide will help you know where and when to look for animals so that you’ll come away from your journey on this magnificent highway with a laptop’s worth of memorable images.
When I was six years old, my family drove The Icefields Parkway in our trusty wood-paneled station wagon. There were, without a doubt, all kinds of incredible sights to see (just as there are today): massive glaciers nestled between towering snow-clad peaks, and mighty rivers flowing in and out of dazzling turquoise lakes and winding through pristine green forests. Funnily enough, I can’t remember any of that — not a single glacier, mountain, river, or lake registered in my memory. Yet those seven blacks bears we saw have never been forgotten.
Even today, thirty-five years later, I can still recall every bear I’ve ever seen along this 230-kilometre mountain road (Highway 93 between Lake Louise and Jasper, Alberta), which traverses some of the Canadian Rockies’ best wildlife habitat. For wildlife photographers who have never been here before, it can be overwhelming trying to decide where to spend your time and what to look for.
And that’s why this eBook has come to fruition – to put my twenty years of photographing wildlife along The Icefields Parkway into your hands. My experience will help you know where and when to look for animals so that you’ll come away from your journey on this magnificent highway with a laptop’s worth of memorable images.
- Cost : $10.00
- Author: John E. Marriott
- Pages: 159 (80 spreads)
- Images: 115
- Photo Tips: 3
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 13.2 MB
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