Natural landscapes: A touch of humanity


This lake, in the glorious Canadian Rocky Mountains, is  probably best known for the millions of ice bubbles that form on its icy surface every winter (you can see an example here: I wanted to see the lake in summer, so my wife and I camped nearby and while she slept, I was up early for my usual sunrise photo trip. Found this cairn on the shoreline and got down low to find a pleasing composition. Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.

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Abraham Lake Alberta

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