Classic all Canadian “Pond Hockey Tournament” on the frozen Lake Louise.
Mount Fairview is on the left, Lake Louise glacier in the center, and the BeeHive on the right; The Château Lake Louise is behind.
This stitched panorama was one of the first multi-frame, multi-row panoramas I took with the Gigapan Epic Pro.
I admit that the device worked quite well despite the -36 Celsius temperatures of that morning.
Lake Louise is an iconic Canadian location nestled in the heart of Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada; it stands as a pristine gem of the Canadian Rockies, enchanting photographers with its unparalleled natural beauty and serene charm.
Encircled by towering snow-capped peaks, the lake’s turquoise-hued waters mirror the breathtaking view.
Whether adorned with vibrant wildflowers during the summer months or enveloped in a glistening blanket of ice and snow in the winter, Lake Louise offers photographers a dynamic and ever-changing subject that exudes an ethereal and timeless allure.
Moreover, the aforementioned iconic Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is situated at the lake’s edge, adding an element of old-world elegance to the pristine natural setting.
Unfortunately, in recent years it has become overrun with tourists and can be difficult at times to get up to the classic hiking trails.
It is hard to get a sense of the scale of this photo in terms of resolution.
It has been printed for several charity auctions (as large as 44 x 110 inches) with outstanding detail in the output.
How large is large? See the following post for a sense of scale – Large Format Imaging, how large is large?