Kokanee Creek in the Morning

Taken around 7:30AM. The clouds are low in the mountains because it’s
seriously humid here (north of Nelson BC). It gets hot during the day
then big thunderstorms in the afternoon. Expecting the same today.
So we get lots of greenery – it’s a completely different ecosystem
than the Radium-Fairmont valley on the other side of Kootenay pass.
 
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Lake Louise in Summer

We’re up at the top of the Lake Louise gondola, looking back at the
lake, chateau and glacier. The sky has quite a bit of smoke haze,
which I assume is from the wildfires in the Okanagan valley, 600km to
the west.
 
I’m shocked by the size of the glaciers. It’s been 8 years since I’ve
been here and to my mind the glaciers are way smaller than the last
time we were here. And not just Lake Louise – all over. Climate
change in action, I suppose.
 
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