|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|In the early morning hours of April 29, 1903, Turtle Mountain collapsed, resulting in the greatest landslide in North American history. In 100 seconds: at least 76 people were buried alive under tons of massive limestone boulders; three-quarters of the homes in Frank were crushed like balsa wood; over a mile of the Canadian Pacific Railroad was completely destroyed; and a river became a lake.|
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toElle est superbe cette prise de vue avec cette belle montagne qui ne demamde qu'a être escaladée.Les couleurs et la présentation tout est joli.
Bravo et merci....JP