Whirlpool Point is in Alberta, Canada. The water is turquoise or blue whichever you see. I see turquoise. The nearest town is Nordegg, Alberta. There is plaque with names on it near the river, those were the trailblazers back in those days but the First Nations people already new these routes before them. These pictures were taken with my Lenovo Tablet4 8.
I went out west in Alberta toward the mountains a few days ago and here are the photos. I turned at the Cardinal River road and a few miles later took this picture.
I stopped at Brown Creek and took these pictures. The brown creek campground is usually busy during the summer but not today. It was kind of cold and not to many people on the road that day.
Nearing my destination I took these photos standing on the back of my reliable Chevy truck.
So that is it. I hope you liked the pictures and comment below if you want. These pictures were taken north of Nordegg, Alberta, Canada in April 2021, on the Forestry Trunk road. A desolate and isolated road that not many people travel on.
Pictures from August and September 2020 near Nordegg, Alberta. About 150 kms west of Rocky Mountain House. The reserve I am from is called Maskwacis. I put that sticker there. So it’s Fall here in Alberta and I wanted to show you the colours. Yellow leaves are everywhere. I used my Olympus OMD EM10 version 2 camera for most of these shots. The lens were a 40-150 mm and a 12-60 high grade lens. Both lens have UV filters for them.
I’ve been taking pictures with my Olympus OMD EM10 camera in the Rocky Mountains lately. As well, I use my Asus 13 megapixel cell phone for panorama shots. I will add more pictures later so enjoy these ones for now.
I finally went out to Abraham Lake in Alberta, Canada. It has been a few months due to the cold weather. I have bought a used Olympus OMD EM10 camera with 16 megapixels for clarity. I also was having some fun with the Zuicko 15 mm lens, the fish eye picture with the blurry background. I also stopped in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, a few weeks ago and took a picture with my Olympus PEN EPL1 camera with 12.3 megapixels. I was using 40-150 mm Zuicko lens with that picture. When I went out January 26, 2020, there were a few people enjoying the weather and taking pictures of the lake bubbles which are produced by methane at the lake’s bottom.
Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada
Jasper National Park is in the rocky mountains in Alberta. I tried making it to the Columbia Icefield Skywalk but this mountain I was going up was too hard on my truck. Next time I will travel lighter. The scenery is very good and I recommend you go on Highway 93 north from the Saskatchewan River Crossing store. The weather was nice but there was a risk of an avalanche so you have to be careful. I took pictures with my Olympus EPL1 12.3 megapixel camera and my Asus cell phone. I can’t believe my elementary grade school went on a school bus up here ! That was decades ago. If you want to see mountains and don’t have a lot of money I recommend you go see Jasper National Park.
Sweet Misery presents: Guitarfest 2019 Battle of the Native Rock Bands.
Saturday June 1, 2019, in Samson-Maskwacis, Alberta, Canada. Location: the Samson High School Jonas Applegarth Theatre. Contact: Vinnie Saddleback 1-780-360-3384.
I went to Abraham Lake near Nordegg, Alberta, Canada, in January. This is the first time I’ve been there in the Winter. Usually I go in the Summer so this was different. The roads were good but it was cold. There were a few people out at the lake. I have to commend these people for being out here in the middle of nowhere. This is not a place where you want your vehicle to break down.
Abraham lake has these methane bubbles that come up from the bottom The bubbles get frozen one on top of the other which makes it look amazing. I guess you can call them frozen bubbles.
This area where I went to take pictures is near an Indian reservation. The people who live there are called the Kiska Waptan-Wesley First Nation. There is a store and gas station there. It’s a small community but I thought I would mention it here.
I set up a PA system in Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, on July 1st, 2018. I had to be there early and set up before the dancers and singers got there. All went well on set up and testing and then the pow wow started. The dancer is what we call a “Chicken Dancer.” He imitates the prairie chicken if you have ever seen those birds in the wild.
I also took these pictures with my Olympus E-3 10.2 megapixels.
Left: Early morning set up.
Way back in the 1980s, I can’t remember the year, I took a trip from Skookumchuck (yes that’s the name) to Rocky Mountain House, Alberta with two people who are no longer with us. As I started my journey I had to go where I haven’t been in a while. That meant blazing a new trail for myself and going somewhere I haven’t been in a while. The first challenge was leaving Lake Louise in Alberta and making it to the BC border. As usual in mountain traveling it went up very far. Coming down was challenging too. I had to make sure not to gain to much speed because you don’t know how your vehicle is going to handle in these conditions. In BC they have run a way lains for truck drivers who lost control of their vehicles.
Getting to the Radium Hot Springs was not too bad it was coming back that was hard. As I got to Radium the small town reminded me of a Swiss Village. From there I made it to Skookumchuk and talked to a local lady. We knew the same people from that time and she updated me on the people I used to know. So I left Skooks to go Cranbrook. The place I was born. The small city has not changed much and you can still smell the pulp mill in the morning.
Finally I made it back to Alberta. Coming home was more challenging than getting there. You feel good getting home, it’s true whoever said that. It was a great get a way for two days. I packed up, got in my truck and left. I recommend people do that once in a while.