I didn't know the name of the scenic spot I passed by accidentally, so I opened it with a mobile phone map. It turned out to be a scenic spot without anyone. There are also railroad tracks by the lake. I just saw a train carrying goods.
In fact, it should not be a sight, just there are railway tracks, and the trains are quite a lot, live nearby, can hear the train whistle sound at night, there is a small lake next to the tracks, very quiet.
It was not clear what the bend was looking at (it was actually the first photo of banff's fame that was taken here, where photographers gathered to photograph trains, river bows and snow mountains. The trains run every hour. But I can't remember it. It was less than 12 o'clock when I got here. There were already several cars and tripods in place. We were going to eat in the car and get off the bus for a photo. I didn't expect to hear the train noise in 5 minutes. Everyone got off the bus to take a photo.
Morants Curve means the Morunt Curve, which is a lake that turns a lot of arcs here, a mountain in the distance, a river that draws the arcs near here, the classic is that there is a train track along the river, along with the river draws an arc, The train on the top of the train to come here also throws an arc, the mountains, water, trains perfect combination.
From Lake Louise you can see and there is a railway next to the bow lake which has a very long train