It’s getting very warm in Colorado, but every time I look at this photograph I feel cold sweat on my forehead :)….from getting up there in Winter as well as from the magnificent view.
This glacially formed lake suspended at the edge of Glenwood Canyon with stunning waterfalls that descend into a limestone lake full of trout and crystal clear water. It can be accessed year-round from Glenwood Canyon, with its trailhead about ten miles east of Glenwood Springs, Colorado. It’s a mile to the top and 1000 feet up, and takes about an hour and half round-trip during Summer months:)
Taken with Canon 5D Mark II and Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM