Along the Icefields Parkway just north of Lake Louise is one of my favorite lakes, Bow Lake. There are numerous well-visited vantage points that many tourists and photographers take photos from and I am no exception. I do like to explore a bit to get something different. On my last visit to Banff in 2006, I remembered finding a spot that allowed me to use the shoreline as a leading line to the mountains. Back then the weather was not as nice, so I wanted to see if I could find that spot again. On my last day in Banff, I drove up the Icefields Parkway to Jasper, and I stopped at Bow Lake along the way. Near the southern end of the lake I found that little dirt road that I had discovered on my prior trip. It was exactly how I remembered it, only the weather was much nicer this time. If you look closely near the mountain, you can see the Num-Ti-Jah Lodge's red roof. I have always wanted to stay there, and, if I ever get back to Banff, I will.