A Canadian Pacific manifest train sweeps around the famous Morant's Curve in the heart of the Banff National Park.
CP 8909 & 8579 approaches Morant's Curve westbound along the Bow River.
An eastbound grain train passes through Morant's Curve on a bright winter morning.
Is there anything left to do at these iconic locations that hasn't been done before? Well, until you've been there yourself and shot it your way, yes! I love night photography. I have so much more... (more)
Some say the world famous and iconic Morant's Curve is over photographed. With a backdrop like this, I disagree. I didn't quite get the weather conditions I was hoping for, but its hard for this a... (more)
The Bow Valley Parkway is deserted. No cars, no wildlife, just the crunch of old snow underneath the rental car's tires as I make my way south from Lake Louise toward Morant's Curve in the darknes... (more)
Today's westbound Rocky Mountaineer eases through the curves of the downslope of Kicking Horse Pass on its way to Lake Louise and points west.
With light snow falling under a threatening sky, a relatively clean pair of CP units leads a stack train eastbound through the famous Morant's Curve.
An empty grain train heads east through the famous Morant's curve.
GP40-2(W) # 8015 and 8014 are pulling the "Rocky Mountaineer" along Bow river and through Morant's curve from Banff towards the Kicking Horse pass.
CP 9782 leads three other locos as it traverses Morants Curve with an eastbound freight on 22nd March 2010.
The photo location made famous by CP company photographer Nicholas Morant.