Textures of Jasper National Park: Stone Worn and Lichen-Grown

The trail at Edith Cavell in Jasper National Park winds through trees stunted by chilly breeze off the glaciers above

Although the Rocky Mountains of Alberta mark the boundary of Cascadia, I wanted to share this free texture collection from our midwest neighboring region. The ten textures include bark from the conifer forests of the Rockies, lichen-covered rocks from the alpine scree, water calm and rough, and stone worn by water.

Textures from Jasper National Park

Flaky conifer bark texture  at Jasper National Park

smooth conifer bark

Conifer bark dotted with dark lichen and sap at Jasper National Park

red orange lichen on brown stone

Red orange lichen explosively dots iron brown stone at Edith Cavell in Jasper National Park

Orange brown rippled stone texture

A mottled orange stone at Edith Cavell at Jasper National Park is weathered into smooth facets almost like the surface of water

Gray lichen on an orange stone in the alpine area at Edith Cavell, Jasper National Park, makes a mottled texture

red orange lichen on gray stone

Orange-red lichen growing in the alpine zone of the Edith Cavell area at Jasper National Park

grooved stone at Athabasca Falls

Carved stone from an abandoned river channel at Athabasca Falls in Jasper National Park

Worn stone at Athabasca Falls in Jasper National Park

Athabasca River waters

The roiling water of the Athabasca River is milky in color because glacier runoff flows over limestone and picks up calcium carbonate

rippling sand texture with grasses

Grasses growing in the sandy shallows of Jasper Lake

About This Texture Collection

This texture collection was photographed by Tracy Durnell in September 2017 in Alberta, Canada, in Jasper National Park.

Attribution

sealThe 10 texture photographs on this page by Tracy Durnell are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Please feel free to use these photos for any creative work as long as you clearly attribute them to Tracy Durnell. If you use one of my textures, please let me know in the comments section, I’d love to see your work! (Please do not resell the textures as-is, either individually or in a collection – I am sharing them for free to help other artists and designers create new work inspired by the amazing outdoors.)

More Free Textures for Artists and Graphic Designers

Enjoy these textures? Check out my other free texture collections, from Washington State:

Textures of the Teanaway: Ponderosa Pine and Plants

Textures of the Washington Coast: Beaches of Ocean Shores and Cape Disappointment

Textures of Mount Rainier: Bark and Wildflowers

Textures of the Subalpine Pacific Northwest: Foliage and Weathered Wood

Textures of the Pacific Northwest Lowland Forest

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About Tracy Durnell

Seattle-area graphic designer and SFF writer inspired by the Pacific Northwest, crafting a sustainable and intentional life.

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