Natural landscapes: where the creek wanders

LOUISE CREEK, BANFF NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA

For some reason, the creek flowing out of Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies remains unfrozen even in the most frigid conditions. This is a wonderful bonus for photographers because at this altitude, the surrounding trees and vegetation are often snow and frost-covered, making glorious winter scenes like this almost commonplace.
I am truly blessed and thankful to our Creator for living just a few hours’ drive away from this kind of scenery.
Nikdon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter

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