Just outside the town of Banff is a group of three picturesque lakes known as the Vermilion Lakes. They are located in a wetland area that features Mount Rundle as a backdrop. The lakes are also known for wildlife, and, on at least one occasion, the road was closed due to grizzly sightings.
I was hoping to shoot this great place at sunset, but it seemed that every night was overcast. On the last day, there were some nice clouds, so we decided to head back there to shoot. It was late afternoon and the light was pretty decent. The lakes were surprisingly pretty still, and we were able to get some nice reflections of the Canadian Rockies. I guess I will have to go back to Banff for my sunset shots.