You’ve already seen our Wilderness of the Rockies video from our week spent in the mountains and forests up North. This coming Saturday we’ll be sharing with you a photo essay of the Mountains of the Rockies. As a teaser for the upcoming photo essay we decided to feature one of the images as this week’s wallpaper.
Left, right, and center, any which way you look in the Rockies you’ll see a different peak. Some large, some small, some in weird shapes; they’re all unique and beautiful.
This mountain peak, Mount Rundle, was shot in Banff, Canada from Lake Vermillion. Before capturing a timelapse of this beautiful scenery I took a couple of shots of different peaks in the area.
Enjoy your free Tip Top wallpaper and if you have any requests for a certain style or color theme for next week’s Photo of the Week feel free to let us know in the comments!
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Body: Canon 7D
Lens: EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM
Focal Length: 70mm
Settings: f/9 at 1/400 seconds