Natural landscapes: encroaching autumn

AFTERNOON SKY AT SIBBALD LAKE, KANANASKIS COUNTRY, ALBERTA

I discovered this little lake in the foothills of the majestic Canadian Rockies. Ended up spending about two hours circling it and making pictures along the way. Definitely blessed with a wonderful sky and peak autumn colours (they peak early in southern Alberta, which is about 1,000 metres above sea level).
Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.

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Kananaskis Sibbald Lake Alberta

One thought on “Natural landscapes: encroaching autumn

  1. Majestic colours down the far end of the lake, Frank. Certainly fall comes early in this part of the world. The colours are some way off over here in the UK, but forecasters are talking about a special season of colours this year.

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