Natural landscapes: the early spring landscape

FLOWING INTO LOWER WATERTON LAKE, WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA

The scene looks like early April, but it’s actually February in this Canadian Rocky Mountains park. Still, I like how it suggests the coming of warmer weather. I had lots of fun working with the snow along the borders of the river, which connects Lower Waterton and Maskinonge lakes.
Waterton is delightfully empty in winter and early spring. There’s a townsite, but it’s mostly closed during the off-season, so it’s quite possible to roam around and never encounter another person. 🙂
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter

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