Natural landscapes: The snows of autumn

‘BLUE HOUR’ AT MORAINE LAKE, BANFF NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA

My wife & I stayed at Moraine Lake Lodge, a fabulous getaway spot on the shores of one of Canada’s most spectacular Rocky Mountain lakes. (How amazing is this place? So amazing that for years, a picture of it was on the backside of the Canadian 20-dollar bill.)
We were blessed with several inches of snow overnight, and this was the scene when I arose early to capture the lake in ‘blue hour’ – the 45 minutes or so before sunrise and after sunset. Nikon D50, tripod, polarizing filter.

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moraine-lake-banff snow

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