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Rocky Mountains | ... Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada

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Glacier National Park, Montana. By Moon River Photography.

Many Glacier, Glacier National Park, Montana. -There is so much PRETTY in Glacier I have no idea how we're going to choose what to see in 2 days.

Purest fresh water of lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia.

Purest fresh water of lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia.and deepest in the world! Doesn't beat Lake Superior by that much either ;


Canada 2010 - Banff & Jasper Parks Reflections This is such a lovely picture of the parks.the colours seem almost unreal

Moraine Lake - Banff National Park, Canada

Moraine Lake - Banff National Park, Canada This and Lake Louise are two of the most beautiful lakes I've ever seen.

11 Reasons Why You'll Fall in Love with Glacier National Park

11 Reasons Why You’ll Fall in Love with Glacier National Park

Banff has to be one of albertas most beautiful places, absolutely breath taking <3

Moraine Lake Banff National Park Alberta Canada Top 20 Natural Wonders: The Ultimate List of Scenic Splendor

Grassi Lakes,Canmore,AB,Canada

Grassi Lakes in Canmore, Alberta, Canada

Grassi Lakes - Canmore, Alberta, Canada - I've never heard of this place? and I have traveled past there once a year lol Looks beautiful I wanna see!

Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  We did our first trout fishing here years ago.  Beautiful!!

Jackson Lake - Jackson Hole, Wyoming Jackson Lake is in Grand Teton National Park in northwestern Wyoming. This natural lake was enlarge.

A photographer has captured amazing images of methane bubbles in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. Pictured are some methane gas bubbles underneath Vermillion Lake

Icy jellyfish? No, these strange phenomena are frozen METHANE BUBBLES

Frozen bubbles in Canadian lakes - Methane gas bubbles underneath Vermillion Lakes in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. Normally the bubbles would break the surface but in low temperatures they freeze.