Natural landscapes: where the creek wanders


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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