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Harrison Lake, BC, Canada

La solitude by dashakern An Evening Symphony by dashakern Stillness by dashakern Welcome sunrise by dashakern We are stronger here together by dashakern
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After a previous visit to Snapper Point I decided to check out the southern end of Frazer Beach (NSW central coast) which has an interesting rock shelf which provided some nice foreground to the foreboding grey sunrise.

Nikon D800 & Nikkor 16-35mm, Lee 1.2 GND filter. PP in PS CC using Nik Software and luminosity masks.
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photo taken during my Turkish holiday in year 2013...
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“A lost log wandered up from the quiet sea, trailed along the beach, and drifted back to the sea again, wondering where to go next. On a mad impulse it went up to the beach again. It drifted back to sea.” 
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Sunset at Schwabacher's Landing. Grand Teton National Park.

21 June 2014

I've posted a couple of other shots from this particular evening, but this one is a bit cooler in tone than the other two.  I have a 20x30 print of this one hanging on the wall of my office at home.

The other two:
 Schwabacher Sunset 5911 by pesterle Schwabacher Sunset 5884 by pesterle


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The other end where it starts draining first 
Medicine lake Alberta Canada
Gotta LOVE the heart :heart:
I just seemed to always find hearts in the Rockies
Must be because I love it so much there :D

Medicine Lake is a geologic anomaly in the sense that it is not actually a lake but rather an area in which the Maligne River (flowing from Maligne Lake into the Athabasca River) backs up and suddenly disappears underground. During the summer months during intensified meltwater runoff the lake (which during the winter months is a meandering frozen river) fills to levels which fluctuate over time and with the runoff events. Much like a bathtub that is filled too fast for it to drain, it becomes laden with water (lake) until it can slowly drain as the tap flow (runoff) is reduced (river). The underground system is extensive and during the 1970s researchers used a biodegradable dye to determine the underground river's extent. The dye showed up in many of the lakes and rivers in the area to the point where it became clear that the underground system was one of the most extensive in the world.
FAuna:
Medicine Lake also boasts a healthy population of rainbow trout and brook trout and is a fly fisherman's paradise.
Wildlife is surprisingly abundant along this high altitude lake. Grizzly bear, black bear, mule deer, caribou, wolves, moose, and mountain sheep are some of the larger mammals that frequent the lake area during the summer season. Bald eagles, and osprey also frequent the area and live off the fish populations.

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Medicine Lake Jasper Alberta Canada
The other end of the lake

Medicine Lake is a geologic anomaly in the sense that it is not actually a lake but rather an area in which the Maligne River (flowing from Maligne Lake into the Athabasca River) backs up and suddenly disappears underground. During the summer months during intensified meltwater runoff the lake (which during the winter months is a meandering frozen river) fills to levels which fluctuate over time and with the runoff events. Much like a bathtub that is filled too fast for it to drain, it becomes laden with water (lake) until it can slowly drain as the tap flow (runoff) is reduced (river). The underground system is extensive and during the 1970s researchers used a biodegradable dye to determine the underground river's extent. The dye showed up in many of the lakes and rivers in the area to the point where it became clear that the underground system was one of the most extensive in the world.
FAuna:
Medicine Lake also boasts a healthy population of rainbow trout and brook trout and is a fly fisherman's paradise.
Wildlife is surprisingly abundant along this high altitude lake. Grizzly bear, black bear, mule deer, caribou, wolves, moose, and mountain sheep are some of the larger mammals that frequent the lake area during the summer season. Bald eagles, and osprey also frequent the area and live off the fish populations.

:iconthankyouveryplz: 

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