161 Views124 Comments February 18, 2018, 6:04 pm in Real Estate Rawson Lake, Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada[OC][4097×2969] Rawson Lake, Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada[OC][4097×2969] View Reddit View Source Leave your vote 0 points Upvote Downvote Total votes: 0 Upvotes: 0 Upvotes percentage: 0.000000% Downvotes: 0 Downvotes percentage: 0.000000% Share Related Posts Rawson Lake, Alberta, Canada [OC] [4023x3024]Rawson Lake, Alberta, Canada [OC] [4023x3024] View Reddit View Source Kananaskis Lakes, Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, AB, Canada [OC] [5312 x 2992]Kananaskis Lakes, Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, AB, Canada [OC] [5312 x 2992] View Reddit View… Provoking Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park, ON [5184x3456][OC]Provoking Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park, ON [5184x3456][OC] View Reddit View Source AlbertaCanadaOC4097x2969LakeLougheedparkPeterProvincialRawson See more Previous article Sunset on the beach in Vík, Iceland [OC] [3264×2448] Next article Koniaków, Poland [OC] (6000×4000) 124 Comments Leave a Reply Reply Such a beautiful picture! Reply A real life Bob Ross painting Reply Witcher 3 Reply Can confirm, is Alberta. Such a view and trout too! Reply Alberta and BC have some of the most incredible landscapes that I have ever seen. I cant wait to go back. Reply What a great shot! That’s definitely hang-on-a-wall worthy. It’s amazing what a polarizer can do, eh? Reply This photograph is outstanding. I live not-so-far away and have spent much time in Lougheed but this is something I have yet to discover Reply This is where I’d want to die Reply Damn that’s beautiful as fuck Reply Stunning photo man! Reply That deserves to be gilded. Thanks for the picture adding it to my places I want to visit someday Reply Was there logging in this area in the past. I only ask becouse of the amount of timber in the water. Reply Thus looks so amazing I’m glad their are still places in this world with such natural beauty and you take a great photo sir Reply Hey Alberta picture posters, what about the Grasi Lakes? Reply u/slutlibe274 Holy Cow, how is this not a painting? Reply I’m so glad that I live in such a Beautiful place. Reply No, it can’t be real! Reply ooh man, look how clear the water is Reply Imagine using one of those flying suits from the top and being a skipping stone just flopping on your stomach on that grandiose body of water Reply Nice shot OP. I live in the area and get very excited when I see pictures of Kananaskis on this sub Did you go through Waterton as well? I’m glad you’ve enjoyed your time in this spot of the earth. Reply Wow wow wow Reply Been there, hike was totally worth it!! Absolutely LOVE Rawson Lake! Plus the hike around Upper Kananaskis Lake is one of my favorites to do with my kids. Reply probably the photo i like more than any others on reddit so far Reply Amazing photograph. Bravo. Reply Helllllooooo new computer wallpaper! Reply Although I find that BC is more beautiful overall, Alberta is the one that has the most spectacular sights. Reply I remember doing a puzzle of that mountain. So beautiful Reply So incredibly beautiful that it looks like an alien planet. Reply I did the hike up to Rawson a few years back on a fishing trip with a few buddies. It was a hell of a hike with our packs (bellyboats, beers and all the other gear), which probably weighed about 50-60lbs, but it was sooooo worth it once we actually got up there and got to see this view all day. The fishing was epic as well. Non-stop cutthroat trout. Reply I love that I always see near where I live here. Reply Literally breathtaking! Reply A bit overprocessed in my opinion. Reply Hidden Valley has stiff competition Reply Not sure if you hiked up the ridge or not but that view is even better in my opinion Reply Can anyone explain how the water is so clear in lakes like this? Is it related to limestone, or something else entirely? Lakes where I live are usually muddy and uninviting. Reply What were your settings for this? Reply So that’s where the name Lougheed comes from. Reply hiked this before. my favorite place of all time. I live an hour away so I try and get to it as much as possible Reply Reminds me of Lake Lorraine. Reply You need to brighten up the lake reflection to make it look even less natural. Reply Looks hyperreal. No noise whatsoever. Reply When you go here, is it as empty as it looks? I would love to go to visit this place, but I’m scared that seeing tourist around taking pictures ruins it for me Reply would make an excellent desktop background Reply Hiked up to this lake with my Grandfather a few years back. One of our last trips together, but definitely one of my favourites. It wasn’t as sunny as this, it was raining slightly with grey clouds overhead. I remember sitting on a log over the lake listening to the sound of the raindrops hitting the water… and that was it. The picture can’t illustrate the beauty of the silence here. Complete serenity. Reply Hiked up here and ate lunch at the spot in left-centre of this picture a couple years ago, gorgeous place. Reply I hiked up there 2 years ago in the spring right as the snow was melting and the weather started to get warm. Absolutely breathtaking place to visit Reply I worked and lived in this provincial park this past summer! So many amazing hikes! Reply Oh yea I’ve played this map before Reply What camera and lens did you use here? Reply Jesus that’s beautiful!! Reply Stunning photo, I live in Alberta and I think we need more photos like this Reply What hike is this? Reply Wow. Incredible. Reply This is stunning. Another reason why I love being Canadian. Reply As an noob now getting into photography how do you all get the reflections to show up so well in these pictures? Reply Calling all Geologists – check out dem anticlines Reply I want to drink that water, so clear Reply Can I go fishing there? Catch and release of course. Reply This is an orgasm in visual form. I don’t think I’ve seen better on this sub.. When i say better I mean something that looks CG but it’d not. Also better, as in gives me a hard on…….. Like rock hard….. Reply Whoa! That’s the Wall from GoT ammirite? Reply NO. WAY. Is this real? I think I’d melt if I saw this. Reply This is just an absolutely stellar photograph, I wish I could give you a high five! Are you planning to print this? I think it might look incredible printed on glass! Reply Love the detail of the distant mountain. Everything is so crystal clear. Reply What time of year was this taken? I live near there and everytime I’ve went it looks nothing like this. Reply r/SaturationPorn Reply What kind of processing/filtering was done on this shot? Reply Magnificent!! Reply ALL HELL FOR A BASEMENT Reply Canada! Reply Fucking incredible Reply Here is a pic I took on top of the ridge to the right. https://i.imgur.com/Oeu0nov.jpg Toughest hike of my life Reply Makes me want to jump in a canoe and paddle across that water. Reply So many memories here. Climbed all around the lake and nearly drowned in it too—it’s ice cold all year round as the lake is way up on a mountain. Lovely shot. Really does it justice. Reply Effects make it look so good Reply This is by far one of my favorite pictures that I’ve seen posted in this subreddit. Incredible. Reply I live in Longheed. It really is beautiful. Reply After seeing a gorgeous picture like this, I really wish I had the time to take a vacation and see some of the outdoors in Alberta. This is a pretty stunning picture! Reply Can’t tell if this is a painting or a photo. Ether way it looks stunning Reply Wow. Reply Damn I want to go to Canada Reply Is it possible to have an eyegasm Reply Wow…. Reply This is such an incredible shot. What polarizer did you use? Truly excellent work here man Reply What? Nooooooo. Can’t be real. Awesome pic OP Reply Nice shot! I took similar one with GoPro years ago but yours is much nicer 🙂 https://m.imgur.com/gallery/ln6trwO Reply Thanks for sharing, it beautiful Reply Damn that looks amazing Reply How is the water so clear? Is this even real life? Reply Ontario is beautiful too! ok maybe not hit you in the face beautiful like this, but it has beauty Reply This picture is absolutely gorgeous. So much it made me leave this comment. Thank you. Reply Dynamite job on that editing! Reply Wow!! Reply Holy shit that doesn’t even look real…that is real? Reply This is my new computer wall paper Reply I’ve done this hike a few times and it’s just as awe inspiring in real life. Great picture! The hike up the ridge in the top right has an incredible view as well overlooking Rawson Lake on one side and Upper Kananaskis Lake on the other. Reply This is amazing Reply Absolutely stunning! Reply Stunning ! Reply Breathtaking. Reply Fucking amazing. Reply im going here ! fcking right now!! Reply Beautiful view! Reply I love it Reply This is the first photo I’ve seen on this subreddit that’s made me do a sharp inhale and think to myself “oh my god”. Fantastic shot. Reply What an absolutely beautiful shot! Reply So beautiful! Reply Breathtaking. Reply I want to travel out west so bad Reply Wow! This is stunning! Reply Sweet Jesus. I have been here so many times I’ve lost count, and this is the only picture I’ve ever seen that truly captured how sublime and majestic this place truly is. Thank you for sharing. Please, tell me about what it was like that day. Reply That is too good. Bravo. Reply Absolutely stunning picture. Great job Reply What happened? I think that photo hypnotized me… I’ve been sitting here for almost 45 min. reading all the comments…I mean all the comments! Actually, I just realized, i’ve been completely motionless since I looked at that photo. I don’t even know why I was reading the comments. I need to get out of LA… maybe I’ll ride my beach cruiser to Alberta to get some fresh air… or maybe I’ll take my skater… i’m sure there’s a few empty pools I could drop into on the way. Is it 4:20 yet? Reply /r/toomuchhdr Reply That is fucking amazing. Well composed. Sorry, words are failing me right now. Reply Unfuckingreal. Reply Literally thought this was a painting at first. Incredible. Reply Fuck me that’s gorgeous. Reply Woah… Reply My fam and I hiked to this lake back in the early 80’s when it was still called Kananaskis Provincial Park and it IS this beautiful. Pretty tough hike. We were always into fishing. Dipped our rods in and, no word of a lie, we’d have a bite on every cast. Reeled in all of Rainbows we wanted that day. It was the most sublime fishing experience ever. Next day we find out that Rawson was being used as a high altitude stocked lake for research — No Fishing Permitted! Oops. We still chat about this awesome mistake as a family. Reply This looks great on my lock screen. Wonderful photo, thank you OP! Reply that is an amazing shot, stunning Reply I can’t believe this is real… Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Connect with: Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.