As we drove through the Rocky Mountains, I saw this beautiful view of a cloud-shrouded Mount Robson. Very appropriate since its other name is Cloud Cap.
The weather was quite variable and after the glimpse above, the cloud closed in again, emphasising that Cloud Cap Mountain is indeed cloudy.
24 thoughts on “Entrance to Mount Robson Provincial Park”
I like how the clouds blend in with the snow near the top of Mount Robson. It makes the mountain look even more mighty and majestic.
Yes, I agree, and also gives it a certain mystical quality, as well. The mountain itself is also such an amazing shape; almost completely pyramidal.
Always a magical view Lynette. Happy travels. Allan
Thanks, Allan. Yes, it certainly is magical. I never tire I seeing it.
Oh yes! They can (and should) make us feel rather small.
These sort of pictures remind me why America’s mountain men fell in love with the Rockies. How gorgeous.
I’ve never thought of that before, but very true! Maybe that’s an idea for a novel, Jacqui. 🙂
Clouds are pretty too – and what a mountain! Great pictures, Lynette – Happy Tuesday!
Thank you very much. 🙂 Yes, the way the clouds veiled the mountain was impressive and beautiful. That mountain is also a beautiful shape; almost completely pyramidal.
Our cameras and phones do such a great job with pictures too – makes you feel like you’re there.
Agreed – it’s really amazing how great our phones and cameras are!
True – I just took a picture of a dandelion and it looks ridiculously nice.
My phone camera is at times almost as good as my regular camera.
When are kids were younger and didn’t have phones, they were really into digital cameras. But once they got phones, the cameras in the phones were so much better that they abandoned the cameras.
It’s amazing how much the technology has come along and how good it is. Cheers.
Wonderful shot of the mountain playing peek-a-boo.
Thank you very much, Allan. It’s a view I never tire of seeing.
Even shrouded in fog Mount Robson is quite impressive! Wonderful view, Lynette!
Mount Robson is very photogenic, especially with its misty and mysterious appeal. 🙂
I didn’t know the Cloud Gap name! thanks for that
You’re welcome, Penny. Cloud Cap is such a great name; much better than Mount Robson.
just as Twin Sisters is a better name than The Lions…