I have always been a morning person and I am working at maintaining that status. Some days are easier than others to get up and get out the door. When I know there is potential to witness views like this, I can get there. This morning I joined numerous others out at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park with a task of capturing the early morning light.
I headed towards the Visitor Center while others walked towards the meadow before Tiger Lily.
I noticed how sections of the grass took on that burning sunrise hue.
The sun peaked through the trees.
always remember to look back over your shoulder
I took the paved trail down towards Yodel.
As I descended I realized I would be able to see the sun rise again.
along the valley section of Yodel
For the longest time the ground cover took on that burning sunrise shade.
I arrived at the entrance to the Bow River Trail. It was a perfect spot for tea time.
Talk about good timing, a tea time train!
There is easy access to the Bow River so I followed the shoreline instead of the trail.
the sun shining on the tree tops
This is the 10 kilometre section I covered today.
I wish I was an early morning person. It is so worth the effort. Instead of lying in bed reading this, I should be off on my morning walk.ReplyDelete
There's no snow?ReplyDelete
There was no snow on Monday but now we have maybe a quarter of an inch and that came last evening. It's all in the mountains!Delete