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Once in a while I need to take a break from an image before it appeals to me again. I was looking through my archives from earlier this summer for a different image of this classic Canadian Rockies location when I stumbled upon this long exposure photograph of Mount Rundle. I did not strike as particularly pleasing the first time around, but it did catch my eye today. Interesting how our state of mind has the ability to affect our perception of an image. I’d better post the shot now. It may not appeal to me tomorrow. Vermilion Lakes, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.
f/22, 15 seconds, ISO 50, 17mm.