Jasper in June (Part 5) – 1st Morning at the Lake

I am always awake early, but as the summer solstice nears, even I simply can not be out of bed soon enough to catch the sunrise.

This problem was still the same at Patricia Lake. Nonetheless, as soon as I rolled out of bed, donned my clothes and did my hair (yeah, right), I grabbed my camera and headed out to see what I could see.

first glimpse
down at the water line
not going to be much colour this morning
taking steps….it was strange to be the only one down here
time for reflection
a bit windy, so rippled waters
chaining the dock in place
low flying ducks
the sun starts to hit Pyramid Mountain

18 thoughts on “Jasper in June (Part 5) – 1st Morning at the Lake

    1. Thanks. At first I thought the place was even more beautiful because I was just out of lockdown, but this area is beautiful no matter when you go. Thanks for reading and commenting Lori. Hope all is well with you. Allan Thanks fo

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  1. Fantastic photos, Allan! I’m an early riser, but there’s no way I can be up and ready for a summer sunrise. That’s why I love winter sunrises, I can sleep in or send Valters to capture them. Thanks for sharing and have a good day. I finally went surfing yesterday for the first time in many years and it was so much fun 😊 Aiva

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    1. Thanks Lynette. We got lucky with spring and bugs coming a bit later in the mountains. There were bugs around but it was not bad by the lake. There were only 2 hikes where we had to use Deep Woods Off. There has been a lot of rain in our area too and there will be more this weekend. The mosquitoes are horrendous. Not good for walking. Thank goodness for the bikes. Thanks for reading Lynette. Allan

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    1. True. The water is so clear, it appears you can see right to the bottom. The average depth is only 30 m but the water is so clear, it seems much deeper. Thanks for stopping by.

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