I am just back from a week in New England scouting for my friend Jeff Clow's Maine Lighthouse Tour that is scheduled for October. It is always great to shoot with friends, especially with Jeff and Jaki Goode Miller. I haven't had a chance to look at my photos, so I decided to post this one from last year when Jeff and I shot in Banff.
Johnson Lake is one of the lesser known bodies of water in Banff National Park. Most people visit Two Jack Lake, which is nearby, but I remember taking some good shots here in 2006, so I convinced Jeff to stop here one night. As you can see, the light was great and the water was glass-like, allowing for some terrific reflections. This is just one of many reasons that Banff is a destination not to be missed.