I just got back from a recent trip to Banff National Park. I knew when I booked the trip that it June was their "rainy" season. Well, not only did it rain, but it rained more in 2 days while I was there than it had in 6 months.
They got so much rain, that my scheduled photography outings got washed out. Thats right, the road washed out leading into banff, trapping vacationers for days. I was one of them!. Not only were the roads washed out, but do to flooding, half of my trip washed out too. The first group of locations turned to mud. And, then became so flooded that the parks department sectioned off those areas preventing traveling.
So, I waited. I was prepared to extend my trip. However, 4 days later things improved drastically. The roads north of me in Lake Louis were opened and so did the cloudy blue skies.
Although, I was slightly stressed when this drama started to unfold, I soon realized that all was not lost. Not completely. And, by the end of the 12 day trip, I had some great photographs!
<a href="http://fineartamerica.com/art/all/scenery/metal+prints" style="font: 10pt arial; text-decoration: underline;">scenery metal prints</a>