Panoramic View : Lake Louise

Lake Louise with Victoria Glacier

Panoramic View (Post#12): Lake Louise

I visited Banff in Alberta province in Canada during the time where the winter was over recently. At that time, the switching of Winter to Spring season were still in progress, I got a chance to see Lake Louise in Banff where majority of its water are still solid as ice. The name of the lake was named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta which was the 6th child and 4th daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. For what I know up to this moment, Queen Victoria still holds the title of the longest reigning queen of England unless the current queen which is Queen Elizabeth II able to break which she just need 2 or 3 more years to be able to hold the title. The middle in the photo is what they call Victoria Glacier. Photo captured last May 2008.

This post has been updated to add the link of and to participate in the following:
Skywatch Friday – April 22, 2016
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Through My Lens – April 25, 2016
Our World Tuesday – April 26, 2016
Travel Tuesday – April 26, 2016
Outdoor Wednesday – April 27, 2016
Water World Wednesday – April 27, 2016
Watery Wednesday – April 27, 2016
Wednesday Around The World – April 27, 2016

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Lake Louise Lakeshore Trail, Improvement District No. 9, AB T0L, Canada

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25 thoughts on “Panoramic View : Lake Louise”

    1. Hi, seeing such kind of places were really a great opportunity for me because I live in tropical country and that kind of scenery is rare for me. I had a great time visiting the place. Thank you for coming in my site.

    1. I saw the photos of the lake in summer and I know its really beautiful and stunning, when I got a chance to explore Banff, it was the exchange of season from winter to spring… but I am still glad that I was able to see it for real. Thank you for dropping by.

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