My friend and I took a ride out to Lake Minnewanka in search of a change of scenery last week. It can be difficult at this time of year to find a change of scenery as almost everything is covered in snow and ice, but it's great to be out and you can never get too much practise.
Lake Minnewanka is located at the south end of Banff National Park on a scenic drive that continues from the northern end of Banff Avenue. We stopped at Two Jack lake briefly but it was full of people ice skating, lovely to see but not the best thing for landscape photography. We continued on to lake minnewanka where we found some great ice chandeliers along the shoreline which gave us some nice shots for the day.
Ultimately there's going to be a lot of snow and ice in my images for the next few months, but I will endeavour to find interest in the winter scenes, and hopefully make some good solid shots along the way.
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