Moraine Lake, in Banff National Park. It's one of the country's best-known views – in fact, it is shown on the 1969 and 1979 editions of the Canadian Twenty dollar bill. The otherworldly shade of blue in the water is caused by the abundance of rock flour in the water, which exists because it is a glacially-fed lake. I had to get up at an absurdly early hour in order to get here for sunrise, but the beautifully-illuminated mountains in the back make it all worthwhile.
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