Canadian Glacier

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Canadian Glacier

While traveling from Banff,

we drove our RV through some extremely

tumultuous weather.

We experienced lightning,
torrents of rain and hail.

Suddenly I saw a thick band of

dark black clouds hovering over the glaciers
in front of us.

“I’m stopping for this one, guys!”
I shouted to my family!
“This is what I have been waiting
for on our trip.”

I’ve always wanted a dramatic
image of this magnitude,
and I have always wanted to
create a large print of what I was
seeing for others to enjoy.

I got out of the RV and set up my tripod.

I watched and waited as the brisk changes

in cloud formations occurred with the

ever changing gusts of wind.


Suddenly I saw the feathering of the clouds

with a gleam of light illuminating the glacier.

I exposed only a few images.

 

The drama of the moment changed
with each passing second.

Without an extraordinary scene,
it does not matter if you have the most

expensive camera

or the best photographic skills.
 


You have to be there at just the right moment

to capture the glory of God’s marvelous creation.

 

We made one a 36 x 60 inch Canvas Print and

hung it in the waiting room.

Just before Christmas someone came in and

put a deposit on it.

 

The next day, they came in to pay the balance and pick up their

print. As they were paying at the cashier's station,

a woman was horrified to see the empty space on

our wall. She said: "What happened to the Glacier

picture! I wanted to give it to my husband for

Christmas.

 

I told her not to worry, because I would be happy to

make her one as well. So in one day, we sold two

36 x 60 inch scenic photographs.

 

[ If you would like this photograph for your own collection,

we can make it for you in sizes from 24 x 36 to 40 x 60 on

canvas or dye sublimation aluminum.

 

If you have any questions about our photography, please leave your

name, your question and an e-mail address and we will

add you to our e-mail list. ]

 


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