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Moraine Lake, Alberta, Canada

170 million years ago, the Earth's crust rose to form the largest mountain range on the planet in the next three folds, extending on both American continents from Alaska to the Land of Fire. This mountain range with fantastic sceneries was shaped by glaciers and erosion, and each part of it has its own specific beauty. One of the breathtaking parts is the Canadian National Parks in the Rocky Mountains.

A few days ago, Donna πŸ’¦dhiπŸ’¦ brought a photo and a beautiful story of Maligne Lake and inspired me to find photos of several iconic Canadian lakes. The photos were taken by my daughter in the fall of 2019, just before Covid
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Deanna

Yes my friend 😁 β™₯:))

Juba1010

We make a fine team. 🧐😎

Deanna

Judy, I probably have a reputation for being an incorrigible romantic, don't I? That's pretty awful, I think ... LOL. At maximum approach, I see the man on the ice and I'm not sure if there are any people on the shore yet. They are! There are 10 of them, I can see it at the maximum zoom of the original photo. The rectangular surface doesn't look like a skating rink, when I look at it, I feel like it's carved into the ice to get the air needed for the fish into the water. Then it probably froze again with only a thin layer of ice, which is there very smooth against the remaining surface. I have photos of the ice surface up close and it's terribly rough and full of humps, absolutely unsuitable for skating. That's why it looks more like the ice-breathing version.
You don't feel like we are like Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson? β™₯:))
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Juba1010

I just thought you were being poetic as usual.
Those hearty Canadians did it! Do you see the man out there?

Deanna

Dear Judy, yesterday I completely overlooked the rectangle of the rink in that small format of the photo, so I wrote that the area was swept by the wind. As I took a closer look, I realized that you thought I was completely stupid. When I look at it, I wonder who could have made an ice rink for skating in such a place in such weather? β™₯:))
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Deanna

Dear Jill, please don't apologize, on the contrary! It's very nice of you to write to me about your thoughts and feelings from the photos I give, thank you very much for that β™₯:))

JillianB

Sorry to comment on each of them but this is sublime as well. What a great sight. Thank you dear Deanna

Deanna

Hee hee Judy, we could support each other. I spent my childhood and young years on skates, every winter, I loved it. Then I had a long break and when I got on my skates after about 15 years, I thought my legs would "fall off", it hurt a lot. Then I got used to it again but now I would be without a chance β™₯:))

Juba1010

I better with roller skates. I ice skated once as a child. Spent most of my time getting back up.

Deanna

WOW Judy! Hockey stick, puck and skates, where you found it, that's great !!!
It would be very difficult to concentrate on hockey in such an environment. But imagine - just take your skates and ride in such beauty, it would be wonderful. The mistake is, after about five minutes, my legs would be destroyed ... LOL β›Έ πŸ˜ͺ β™₯:))

Juba1010

It’s got to be hockey. :-) πŸ’β›Έ
Hard to keep your mind on the game with that scenery. πŸ—»

Deanna

Judy, you're funny as always. We would have to ask the wind what purpose he "swept" the area. But true to the tradition of Canadian hockey, it would be an ice rink with breathtaking scenery, what do you say? β™₯:))

Juba1010

Is the little rectangle of clear ice for skating?
It’s Canada. HOCKEY? :-)

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