Photographer's Note

The origin of the name of The Seven Sisters is not obvious when watching this image taken from neighboring Crowsnest Mountain in Southern Alberta. The ridge is indeed composed of seven individual peaks, with the highest barely rising over 2500 m. They are nevertheless difficult to climb because of the rotten rock. The mountain is composed of two distinct layers of sediments, with a clearly visible demarcation line in the middle. According to geologists, the upper layer is younger than the lower, which might seem odd but on a geologic timescale stranger things have happened...
Once the lower clouds that shrouded the peaks in the morning dissipated, the clear atmosphere was ideal for landscape photography. The sun was a bit too high at that point, but there wasn’t much I could do about that.
ISO 200 @ 24 mm

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Additional Photos by Roland Roesler (Roly) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 546 W: 9 N: 436] (2024)
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