Seasonal Splendor

Nestled deep in the majestic western red cedar forests of British Columbia’s Yoho National Park, you shouldn’t be surprised to happen upon a lake. There are sixty-one of them, each gorgeous. Each offers a lifetime memory if you’ll take the time to visit, sit and absorb this corner of the Anglosphere.

One of these sixty-one, if you’re lucky enough to find it or determined enough to seek it out, is sheer heaven.

Emerald Lake.

The impregnable mountains encasing this liquid landscape produce limestone powder which, when distilled suspended in the water, produce a spectacular aqua colouration, a vivid cordial for the eyes to behold.

Wildflowers abound in spring and summer. The autumnal blaze is a riot of reds and golds.

Winter is a milk ice wonderland, something from a fairy tale.

Emerald Lake. Breathtaking at any time of the year.

Explore the seasonal splendor of our Anglosphere.

It’s yours to embrace and enjoy.

2 thoughts on “Seasonal Splendor

  1. Glad you enjoyed it. And thanks for sharing that quote from David John Moore Cornwell on your site. Timely. Insightful.

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