While undertaking some one to one tuition in Banff National Park I thought I would end the day at Vermillion Lakes. There was little chance of a good sunset owing to low cloud but with Mt Rundle standing opposite there's usually something to find down by the water. As it turns out there were some lovely blues across the clouds which reflected nicely in the semi frozen lake. We were able to chase around the mud flats making images of reflections, leading lines, 'S' curves and more until the light faded.
There's a small gallery below showing a selection of the shots from the final hour of the day when the slate grey and blue skies looked their very best.
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