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Edith Cavell and Cavell Lake

Mt. Edith Cavell and Cavell Lake, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada.

Mt. Edith Cavell and Cavell Lake, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada.

I thought I would share an image from back before I ever had a blog – this was back when I would drive my camper between Alaska and the Lower 48 every year, usually through one of my favorite areas in North America, Jasper National Park.  I need to get back there!

About the author: Ron Niebrugge is an Alaska based outdoor photographer specializing in landscapes, wildlife and travel photography. Ron shares his travels and adventures here on the blog. To see more photos, or to learn about Ron’s photo tours and workshops, visit our main photo website.

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  • Bill May 19, 2014, 1:19 pm

    A wonderful image Ron. I look forward to visiting Jasper in September.

    I found this interesting bit of history in my Lonely Planet guide to Banff, Jasper & Glacier Nat’l Parks.
    The mountain and lake were named in honor of Ms. Edith Cavell. She was a British nurse who was executed by a German firing squad during WWI after helping over 200 wounded allied soldiers escape into neutral Holland.
    Interesting that you posted this with Memorial Day soon approaching.

  • Ron Niebrugge May 19, 2014, 7:16 pm

    Hi Bill, That is an interesting story. Now that you mention it, I remember reading about that while there. This was captured in September, and awesome time of year down there with the Fall colors and elk rut.

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