Walls that Weep
These walls appear to weep, that is why it is named the Weeping Wall. Melting glacial ice dripping over the cliff here near the base of Cirrus mountain, Banff Park, Alberta. It really is an awesome sight to see. The cliff walls stand tall at approximately 300m or 1000 feet. Soak this in for awhile. This is just one of many points of interest along the Icefields Parkway, which connects the town of Jasper to Lake Louise. This stretch takes about 2 hours or so to drive. (Not counting the many times you will want to stop and snap millions of pics!)
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The cliff looks really magnificent. Do they have frequent rock climbers coming?
Yes, in wintertime when the falls freeze over, ice climbers can be seen challenging the wall.
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It's very beautiful if you ask me, I think one of the most beautiful sight. This time around, I'll choose the black and white because it's very lovely.
The black and white does “stick out” this time. Thanks for dropping by.
You're welcome, some pictures makes us appreciate black and white
When I saw your photos I liked them, but when I read the description when you say that the walls seem to cry, I identified with your writing style. I am not a professional photographer, but I do the best I can with my phone and I love black and white photography, but I edit the photos after I take them in original color format.
When I get a chance to meet other new users here, I'm glad because visiting their posts is like taking a great trip from the comfort of my home.
This visit is a pleasure.
Well, glad you made time to come visit on my blog. I’ll have to take a closer look at yours.
You are welcome whenever you want, I always have coffee and cookies for those who visit me lol. Also, if you like to sing you are also invited, to discord.
Certainly dear @daveks , It is incredible they are like tears that arise from the walls, the name is well put, that is to say to be called "Wailing Wall". It would be beautiful to watch the melting glacial ice trickle down the cliff at the base of Cirrus Mountain, Banff Park, Alberta. It is a nice observation and photographic shot. Successes from Cumana Sucre state-Venezuela, you always accumulate successes in each publication.