Waterton is beautiful year round, but winter is by far my favorite season in the park. The quaint park that I love so much starts to take on a new form. Tourist season is over, bears are in hibernation, and all the shops are closed. Streets are empty and you quickly become enchanted by the magic of the park. By this time of the year, the bighorn sheep have descended from the higher elevations and spend their days in the townsite, making for beautiful subjects to photograph. Mountains are snowcovered and glisten in the sunshine, adding to the magical feeling of the park. Cameron falls starts to freeze and form beautiful icicle formations, creating a unique spin on a popular photographed waterfall. Here's a look of Cameron Falls from November 13th.