It was the morning before few hundreds would be jumping into the cold waters of Two Jack Lake, to participate in the first Banff National Park triathlon. I was there to take photos of the sunrise, with calm water and clouded sky, my personal preference. Clouds were moving through as the light highlighted different part of Mount Rundle. While I was taking pictures, a Raven and a gull kept flying front of me, giving me a challenge. Then a Bald Eagle came into the scene, made its way to the other side of the lake to perch on a tree. It picked a weak branch, made a circle over the lake and landed on a different tree. But too close to a Common Loon resting nearby on the lake, not happy, it started calling out. All this and a great sunrise, made for a very good morning.
Until next moment,