This is another in a new collection of images I made in the Canadian Rockies. I wasn't sure about posting it at first, but it has grown on me lately and I'm wondering if it has similar appeal to you. The image was taken in -30 temperatures, which create the mist off the much warmer water. The lighting is a mix of sunrise and moonlight 1 hour and 10 minutes before the sun arose, looking west. This is a single exposure with minimal work in PS. All stars, moon and light were captured naturally. Moonlight and snow together have always been a source of great beauty and wonder for me. I hope you enjoy it too.