It's not often you get a sense of stillness at Athabasca falls. This shot was taken back in early spring looking through the canyon downstream of the falls. The shoulder seasons are nice in places like Athabasca so one can experience them without the crowds. People fall into this canyon almost every year and most don't live to tell the tale. Social media platforms give a false sense of familiarity with places which can be dangerous. It's always important to research and understand the risks with any location however that is especially true in the mountains. Athabasca Falls, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada
Summer sunset at Peyto Lake. The lake was named after Bill Peyto, who was an early trail guide and trapper in the Banff area. It sits at an elevation of 1,860 m (6,100 ft) in the Waputik Range of the Canadian Rockies, Banff National Park. The shot was taken near Bow Summit at 2132m (or 6994ft).
The sand seems to flow around these eroded monuments like the fabric of time itself. Colloquially called the Walls of China the Lake Mungo lunette is located in South Western New South Wales, and is part of the Willandra Lakes Region World Heritage Area. The landscape at the site is extremely fragile and hold numerous archeologically significant artefacts and so public access is now limited to those accompanied by a parks ranger or approved guide. NSW, Australia