From my final night at Lake Magog in Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park. The lake is a short walk down a hill from the campsite - easy enough to get to. At about 9:20 at night (end of July), the sun shines a glowing red beam on Assiniboine. The first night I was there, it caught me by surprise. The next few nights, there was a brief red light but not quite as strong as the first night. (The hail storm that chased us down from Nub Peak a couple hours earlier probably had something to do with it!)
I decided to go "light" with the camera gear for this trip - just taking a 24-70. It works well for the portrait prints of Assiniboine from this view but for the landscape, I'd have preferred my 16-35. But backpacking was so much easier with one lens! The rocks at the edge of the lake look pretty nice with this setup.
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