At some point in your life, you would have browsed over hundreds of nature photos that would make perfect background wallpaper for your computer. The afternoons of endless searches for that one jaw-dropping photo, whether of the Amazon, or crystal blue waters of the Maldives, or probably even of the famous Yosemite, that would make you right click and download to turn it into your inspiration.
Looking for serenity? Head to Peyto Lake near the Glacier Parkway.
The Castle Mountain in Banff makes for a great wallpaper on your laptop.
You may or may not have skipped the Canadian Rockies, but just by looking at these photos by Jimmy Dau, one can share his sentiment that the wilderness that is the Canadian outback is splendidly more glorious compared to the Yosemite National Park. He was able to capture in magnificent photos the glory that is the Canadian Rockies and its untouched and pure beauty.
Valleys that are just jaw dropping and beathtaking!
Driving through a scenery like this will captivate any passenger.
Moraine Lake located in Banff is so clear, you’ll see right through the waters.
This photo of Sunwapta Falls is for real.
Just by looking at the pictures of the Canadian Rockies by Dau, you might get the feeling that it is unreal, much like a made up set for a Disney film. The lakes are so blue that you could see your reflection so clearly. There’s nothing like it in Yosemite, that’s for sure. Driving through the highways, you are afforded valleys upon valleys of the wonderful Canadian mountains that provide you with majestic scenery as if it were taken right out of a scene a TV series.
The picturesque Athabasca Falls.
This photo can easily pass for a Lord of the Rings scene. Absolutely amazing.
The landscape is so surreal that the photos don’t do it justice. The environment of the Canadian Rockies is unmistakably perfect that the Yosemite Park pales in comparison. If you still don’t believe us, you have to check out the pictures taken by Jimmy Dau during his trip to the Canadian outback.
We can only hope that this epic landscape stays unspoiled until we are also able to take a photo of it ourselves and not just stare at it on our computer screens.