Mount Edith Cavell: Glaciers and an Angel

Today I want to share a few more photos from one of my favorite places on earth–Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada.

The mountains of Jasper continually call out to me, and I know that one day I’ll make plans to return there to spend a few days in a cabin at the base of a mountain or beside the rolling Athabasca River.

In the meantime, have a look at photos of Mount Edith Cavell and its Angel glacier.

A little bit of information about Mount Edith Cavell

A view of the mountain


Explaining the ‘Angel’.

Can you see her ‘wings’?

The angel watching over us.

The air remains cool here, even in July and August.

Signs of melting.

Have you seen angels in other parks, or is this angel unique? I wonder.


About Sylvia Morice

I am a writer and a former banker, instructional designer and facilitator. I am a woman, a widow, a daughter, a mother, a sister, a friend. I love words, humor, and humorous words. I write fiction and creative non-fiction, have had prose and poetry published in various literary magazines and periodicals, and have taught writing courses for adults. I have published several eBooks and POD books and hope to have more coming out soon. Thanks for dropping by and please, don't be a stranger.
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