It was a strange morning, the clouds was splited in two by Hagwilget peak, one side pastel pink, and the other side in stratus longitus. All this scenery had a look as a nuclear missile attack the other side of the mountain. The worst thing was to found the good focus, one side was red and pink, the river was gold and the other side was clear white and blue??????, I goes for the white balance shade and used warm filter on lightroom, I thinks that it's working good. Taking a picture of a large is a challenge for me, I should be on site more earlier for a longer expo, like so, no oversaturation and strange wave.

I already posted this picture before but there was so much dust in it that I deleted it from my photostream. Since I have Lightroom 3, I reprocessed some of my old pictures and the result is way more better.

I remember that day. I was hiking the Whiskey trail in the Seven Sisters Provincial Park, BC, I tough that was the Whiskey trail, when the trail disapered into the fog!

I did not have my GPS or compass that day, things that I never forget now, and I started turning around into the thick clouds of the mountain, completely lost until I saw a bubble of light in the fog right in front of me.

It's a lake, I know where I am, very far from the original trail!!!

I am taking a lunch break, when the wind blow out the fog in the center of the lake. Slowly, this duck is paddling his way in front of me, and flick!!!

It's on my way out of the bush three days after, that I realized that the trail that I was following at the beginning, was a moose trail. After looking at the map at home, I had done 3.5 kilometers on the wrong direction in the fog...........lucky duck I am to not get lost!!!

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