Reflection on Ice

Before the snow started to cover the ice, I was getting around and taking pictures of the sunrises and sunsets reflecting off the frozen rivers and lakes. The other week I made my way toward the Bow River to catch a sunset. But first I decided to have a meal before leaving home, which made me late catching the wonderful evening light on Mount Inglismaldie and Mount Girouard.

 But I soon found out, that was just the opening act, the main show was yet to come. The band of clouds that were shaped by the winds from the East started to light up. All together it must have lasted between 15 and 20 minutes. I moved along the side of the river taking pictures, not having the confidence with the ice in the middle. Attached is one of the many pictures I was able to take that evening.

Until next moment,