What a scene! But I’d call that water blue :-)
Or Teal, perhaps.
> On 29 Jun 2020, at 01:28, Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Emerald Waters. Eklutna Lake, Chugach Mountains, Alaska. Olympus E-400
> (Kodak CCD) with DZ 14-42 lens. Lest you think all I do is photograph
> Alaska... Well, it's kinda true. :)
> There is a very nice trail system that runs along the lakeshore and in
> the nearby forest that is awesome for mountain biking. It's about a 17
> mile round trip to the end of the lake and back, but the trail
> continues on for a ways.
> The water color is because this is a glacier-fed lake. It's actually
> one of the primary water sources for Anchorage, which explains why we
> have such good tasting water.
> Side note. I had bicycled out to a spot that has a view of a mountain
> which looks almost like the Matterhorn. I stopped, took a few pictures
> and then headed back. About a mile back, I encountered a fresh pile of
> bear scat in the middle of the trail. I thought about stopping and
> getting a picture of it, but quickly realized that it was probably
> still very nearby and I forgot my bear spray. So, instead of pictures,
> I picked up the pace a little bit.
> AK Schnozz
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