Natural landscapes: observing the glacier
CAVELL LAKE & GLACIER, JASPER NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA, CANADA
The light was harsh, but I think this scene turned out OK, particularly when you notice the tiny people near the bottom. That’s when you realize the massive size of the glacier. This was photographed near Mt. Edith Cavell, an incredible drive in this glorious Canadian Rocky Mountain national park. This photo was made in 2013; since then, access to the area has been prohibited because pieces of the glacier can break off and kill people.
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