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Kluane Lake Reflection - Yukon Territory, Canada by Harry Snowden

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Kluane Lake is located on the Alaska Highway near Haines Junction, Yukon Territory Canada.

Kluane Lake is fed by the A’ay Chu (formally called the Slims River), which is composed of melt water from the Kaskawulsh Glacier, located in Kluane National Park to the west. The lake is usually buffeted by strong winds from the ice fields, but I was fortunate to be there on this rare and still day. The water from the lake drains into the Kluane River, whose waters flow into the Donjek River, White River, Yukon River, and eventually the Bering sea.

Nikon FE – 35mm Nikkor f2.8
Kodachrome 200 film


  • NatureGreeting Cards ©ccwri
    NatureGreeting...almost 4 years ago

    WOW factor for sure!!! Stunning!!!!

  • Thank you very much

    – Harry Snowden

  • Béla Török
    Béla Törökalmost 4 years ago

    Fabulous capture!

  • Thank You

    – Harry Snowden

  • Murph2010
    Murph2010almost 4 years ago

    Crazy reflection, excellent exposure! Awesome work!

  • Thanks!

    – Harry Snowden

  • Brian Dodd
    Brian Doddalmost 4 years ago

    Fantastic Capture!!

  • Thanks Brian

    – Harry Snowden

  • Jadon
    Jadonalmost 4 years ago

    Absolutely brilliant shot.

  • Thanks Jason

    – Harry Snowden

  • Adri  Padmos
    Adri Padmosalmost 4 years ago

    Stunning shot, Harry!
    Wonderful tones and reflections.

  • Thank You Adri

    – Harry Snowden

  • NatureGreeting Cards ©ccwri
    NatureGreeting...almost 4 years ago

    Beautiful Work!! CONGRATULATIONS on your FEATURE! Love seeing your work in our Scenery group !


    Thank you,

  • Thanks!

    – Harry Snowden

  • Steven  Sandner
    Steven Sandnerover 3 years ago

    Stunning, looks like you flipped the image – but, it is actually that still… UNREAL! it must have been an amazing time?

  • So still, dandelion seeds were suspended on the surface.Usually a very wind blown area due to its proximity to a large ice field.

    Thanks Steven

    – Harry Snowden

  • Karen Checca
    Karen Checcaabout 3 years ago

  • Thanks!

    – Harry Snowden

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