Abraham lake in the Canadian Rockies is well known for the methane ice bubbles that cover the frozen waters every year. For this image I went a little early on in the season and was treated to beautiful ice patterns along the lake edge as they just started to freeze. I love the different perspective of open water at this lake instead of being fully frozen. It was incredibly windy during this sunset, but the long exposure helps smooth and calm the wavy waters. Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada.
Sarah Lyndsay is a published self-portrait & landscape photographer based in the Canadian Rockies. With over 10 years experience in the photography industry, she is widely known for her long exposure photography and ethereal self-portrait work taken in her signature yellow dress that travels all over the world with her.
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