The Quintin Mackinnon Memorial. Mackinnon Pass is the highest point (1,154 m) on the Milford Track between Lake Te Anau and the Arthur Valley in Fiordland National Park, New Zealand. The first Europeans to find the pass was Quintin MacKinnon and Ernest Mitchell in 1888.
The Clinton Valley with MacKinnon Pass in the center distance on day 2 of the Milford Track.
Built in 1880, the Daniel O’Connell suspension bridge with its stone piers spans the Manuherikia River at Ophir in the Maniototo region of Central Otago, New Zealand.
A rainstorm passes across the Ida Valley in the Maniototo region of Central Otago, New Zealand
Saturday afternoon was sublime. One of those October days so special because there are few such days remaining before winter weather sets in. Even though the tables have all been stacked away, I sat out on the patio at the Kicking Horse Cafe savouring a coffee and the view as the sun drifted down to the west….
The leaves are falling in the Columbia Valley near Parson, British Columbia. This is a beautiful part of the Valley and well worth the drive from Radium to Golden. There are plenty of interesting places to stop along the way. Turn west off the highway, across the Columbia River and into the wetlands and pastures….
A dusting of fresh September snow upon “The Reaper” at Paradise in the Purcell Mountains.
Shattered rock and Larches at peak fall colour in British Columbia’s Purcell Mountains.
Watch Peak in Paradise Basin and beyond that, the summit of Mt. Trafalgar in the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia.
Photographed a million times or more, nevertheless here is another. Iconic Mount Rundle in Banff National Park amidst clearing clouds from a Thanksgiving weekend snowstorm.