December 16th, 2020 ~ Vol. 90 No. 50
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Simply Selles by David Selles
 
David Selles
Pass Herald Reporter
In this issue of the Herald, you’ll see a few of the photos I took following the snowfall that covered the Crowsnest Pass.

When I woke up Thursday and saw clear skies and snow capped mountains and trees, I knew exactly how I’d be spending my morning.

The way the sun hit the mountains and trees just made everything pop a little more than usual.

I started my morning trek through the Pass by driving out towards the Chinook Lake turnoff.

I stopped there and got some great shots of Crowsnest Mountain in all its glory before travelling back towards Coleman.
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I paused at a little pull out just outside Coleman and looked west to grab a couple shots of the valley below.

I managed to grab a shot of the valley as a train was rolling through adding a little bit to the photo.

From there I drove towards Hillcrest and took the Old Frank road back seeing if there was anywhere to grab a photo along the river.

I found one spot and was able to get a nice shot along the river before heading back towards the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre.
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Once I got to the parking lot, I stood overlooking Blairmore to the west and shot a couple photos there.

My last photo of the morning was taken on the road back down from the interpretive centre.

The way the road is lined with trees with Turtle in the background provided a great backdrop for a photo.

I’ve lived in the Pass for two years now and it continues to surprise me with its beauty.

We are all truly blessed to live in such a beautiful section of Canada and the world.
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