When glaciers melt the water races downhill. In its race as it tumbles over rocks it sometimes forms waterfalls. And how long can you watch and listen to the roaring water?
Spring in the Tetons.
Turquoise water from glacier runoff.
Water roars downhill in Glacier Natl. Park.
Elbow Falls in Alberta
Waterfalls are abundant in Maligne Canyon.
15 thoughts on “After the Glacier”
Thanks, you really made your experience come alive for me! Dorothy -;)
You’re welcome Dorothy. I hope all is well with you and Doug.
These are gorgeous water views. I like these a lot. Thanks for playing! 🙂
beautiful long exposures!! And the water is a beautiful colour. Lovely photos!!!!
Thanks. It’s amazing how the glacier ‘rock flour’ creates such a stunning array of colors. From white to green to turquoise.
Coldest and most beautiful. The blues are quite stunning.
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Thanks Cee, I really appreciate that. There were so many deserving entries in this challenge.
It was so hard narrowing them down.
Wonderful waterfall images – the turquoise glacier water is a beautiful colour
Great Composition and Camera angles, and wonderful for us who haven’t visited that part of the world. You make it look heavenly. 🙂
Thanks. Those are heavenly places.