When I visited the Canadian Rockies in 2012, I had pretty bad luck with light at sunrise and sunset. Even so, Two Jack Lake was one of my favorite places to shoot. I knew I'd have to return to Two Jack during my 2016 trip in the Canadian Rockies, and I even found a different perspective from which to shoot the lake and Mt. Rundle. I used a polarizer in this photo in order to make the clouds more noticeable, and I really love this photo, especially considering it doesn't have the golden-hour light that I so often aim for in my landscape photography.
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