I suppose the color is natural since it's a national park. I'm just so glad it's not because of pollution because there have been a lot of amazing photos lately that are of environmental issues. Well done.
Vu la couleur j'avais peur d'une pollution industrielle mais tout s'explique :http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lac_Louise
a picture that truly shows the beauty of that province.
love the color contrast between the water and the rocks.
i kinda dont belive that photoshop wasnt used here, for me you can never shoot ideal photoghaphies, NEVER
Parece una imagen de una membrana, obtenida por congelación y fractura y vista con microscopio electrónico.
@Bartuś Pierściński I agree... It looks photoshopped to me too.
@Bartuś Pierściński Just because you don't have the talent and skill to do it doesn't mean others can't. Why the need to insult the photographer?
@Bev Hennager Thats what i thought
@Dan Prosser @Bartuś Pierściński I live 2 hours drive from Lake Louise...I've been there many times over 35 years...That is not photo shop. The mineral content in the water and the sun light cause the waters colors to change like that.
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