When shooting for 12 hours a day, there are times when the light just isn't right and it is time to get some fuel in the form of food. We had stopped at Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park to photograph this pristine lake. At the right time, the emerald color is magnificent. Unfortunately for us, the light was not good, and, to make matters worse, the lake's surface was fully rippled, which eliminated any reflections.
Being around lunch time, we headed toward the only dining option in the area, the Cilantro Café. As we walked toward the restaurant door, I looked up and spotted this reflection in the windows.