Lee H. Rentz - NESTLED IN THE ROCKIES
This log cabin, originally built over 100 years ago by the Canadian Pacific Railway as a way to attract tourists to one of the grandest places in North America, is now a hikers’ hut. The Elizabeth Parker Hut is run by the Alpine Club of Canada, and I have been fortunate enough to stay there for some wonderful September days on three occasions. It is especially wonderful when there is fresh snow on the landscape–and when a Grizzly Bear wanders by right next to the cabin!
Location: Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada
Size: 14.25 x 21”
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This photograph comes as a PRINT ONLY, with no mounting, matting, or framing. It is printed from a digital file on Epson Legacy Platine all-cotton paper using pigmented ink. All materials are archival–designed to last for generations. This is a limited edition and a signed Certificate of Authenticity is provided.
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