Rocks and trees and trees and rocks and water – reflections of Canada.

To quote Rocks and Trees by Canadian musical comedy trio Arrogant Worms, their ‘country is bigger than most’ and with so many beautiful lakes, how can you resist photographing reflections of rocks and trees and trees and rocks in the water.

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Lake Louise in the Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.
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Field, a small railway town in the Kicking Horse River Valley, Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada.
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Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada.
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Maligne Lake
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Maligne Lake
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Spirit Island on Maligne Lake.
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Bow Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.
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Bow Lake
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Bow Lake
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Bow Lake

 

9 comments

      • Some parts of the South Island would be slightly similar to Canada? As with the Swiss/French Mountain range, just more expansive. Visiting the other side of the world is one way to have a break from our winters 🙂

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      • Yes and no. The Canadian Rockies are rockier than the South Island, I think. New Zealand seems softer somehow whereas in Canada it was all sharp angles.

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