Turquoise Blue

Summer will soon be here and I look forward to exploring western Canada and taking some images with my camera. The beautiful turquoise blue colour of this glacial lake in the Canadian Rockies is caused by the refraction of light off the rock flour which is deposited on a continual basis. I was fortunate to be there very early in the morning last summer.

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