Dusk in Waterton National Park I enjoyed the silhouette of the deer on the ridge, light fading rapidly I had no chance to use a tripod. While I don't think this shot is technically perfect I still think it brings back the memory.
Waterton National Park is an excellent place to see wildlife. I've heard that there's an adundance of mountain lions in the area, very scretive animals I have never seen one. I have seen loads of bears in the area, herds of deer running through shallow wetlands nearby, some close calls at Waterton Lake.
We used to do a lot of dive training in the area on an old wooden wreck called the Gertrude.
The Gertrude was a turn of the century steam paddle wheeler, and was purposefully scuttled in Emerald bay in 1918, right behind the famous Prince of Wales hotel.
If you planning on spending some time in the Calgary area, Waterton is an area worth seeing and it's not as crowded as the Banff area.
Location: Waterton National Park
Photographer: Robert Bailey