Natural landscapes: as spring arrives….

UPPER WATERTON LAKE, WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA

I withstood the afternoon wind (Waterton is possibly the windiest national park in Canada) to find this symmetry between the shoreline ice and the peak across the water. The lighter water is from a stream entering the lake; look carefully at the lower left of the photo and you can see the ripples of arriving water.

Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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6 thoughts on “Natural landscapes: as spring arrives….

  1. I love the symmetry in this shot Frank. Glorious colour in the water and I’m always fascinated by the way water from a different origin has a different hue. In this case it creates yet another diagonal line to the image. Great shot.

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