It’s that time again – my blog circle. Each month I swear that I’ll be prepared for the next month and, again, it is three hours to post and I’m deciding what to share. I decided to use my personal pictures for this blog as, otherwise, I dont seem to expose/share them. SO for this month’s blog I’ve decided to expose some pictures from a recent hike to Larch Valley at Moraine Lake. Larch trees are conifers, although a conifer, the larch is a deciduous tree and loses its leaves in the autumn. Needless to say the scenery in the mountains in autumn is pretty spectacular. It was a perfect day, great friends, weather… and the larch trees speaks for themselves.
Don’t forget to look at the rest of the blog circle, starting with Tress.
8.6 Km return; 535 M elevation gain
We arrived in the Valley at the worse time of day for lighting , lunch time, not a cloud in the sky – bright was understatement!
My friends are use to hearing “just stand over there please for one picture”.
My family and friends waiting for me while i run around snapping pics THANKS GUYS!
For some scale, look close and my little guy is in a blue shirt at the waters edge.
Here i am with my family, what a great day!