It was only a couple of weeks ago that I shot methane bubbles trapped in the ice on upper kananaskis lake. My friend was so taken with them he wanted to shoot some too, so late last week we set out to find more.
This time we tried spray lakes reservoir, we did this because snow was covering most of the lakes but spray lakes is wide open to wind. We hoped the wind would clear out a few patches for us and perhaps reveal our target.
Sure enough, after just a little effort and plenty of snow trudging we hit the 'motherlode' of methane bubbles. The skies were much clearer this time, the day brighter and the bubbles plentiful allowing me to make a series of nice shots. This one being a strong favourite.
It's a wonderfully seasonal image that is a great post for christmas eve (christmas day back home in England).
So, I'll end my post with the very best wishes to you and yours on this wonderful winter holiday.