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A scene unchanged for hundreds of years….Moraine Lake in Alberta, Canada during the early morning hour as a small layer of mist burns off the surface of the lake.
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It took a 2nd visit to Moraine to get the glow I wanted in the mountains and tree-line surrounding the lake but I loved the results.
Moraine’s distinct shade of blue is due to the refraction of light off the rock flour deposited in the lake on a continual basis by the glaciers surrounding it.
This photo was manually blended using Photoshop CC from 3 different bracketed exposures.
Apologies for having to re-upload this photo. I noticed a few colour casts that I was unhappy with and had to remove them.
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This location is great for time-lapse makers and night sky lovers. So I recommend going to this place on a clear night! Thanks for viewing and don’t forget to give a like because it really helps me grow and keeps me motivated to post more of my work.
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