I like going through my Lightroom library and looking at some old stuff that I have shot over the years. Sometimes I come upon one that takes me back in time like this one did. Back in 2006, we hit most of the national parks, from Glacier in Montana to Jasper, Alberta. What a great trip it was. One of the places we stopped at was Waterton Lakes National Park. This little gem of a park abuts Glacier and is a wonderful place to explore. It doesn't get nearly the number of visitors as Glacier or the parks to the north, but it should. We seemed to have the park pretty much to ourselves. When we drove up to Cameron Lake (pictured here), there was no one in sight except for a couple of canoes on the lake. This canoe was just sitting there waiting for someone to take it out for a spin.