The vastness of the Canadian Rockies dwarf these visiting photographers setting up to freeze a moment in time in a vast wildnerness.
The Columbia Icefields are the largest ice body in the Canadian Rockies. This is Athabasca Glacier with ice 1000 feet thick.
Early morning reflects off of the windless, mirror-like Lake Louise in Banff, B.C., Canada. Taken with a GEX500 with 16 mp.