Snow at Sunset - Lake Louise
Link to full-sized image: http://www.tom-hill.biz/Galleries/Scenics/Canada/i-DCQXzX5/A
As I've noted many times before, it's sometimes very hard to understand how capable the cameras in our phones are.
This image was shot at the mouth of the river leading from Lake Louise. While I took many interesting images from this exact location using my very serious and very expensive Digital Single Lens Reflex, among the best were shot with my phone.
Perhaps because of the simplicity of a phone camera, you can make very artistic images. This instant was no exception.
Even more interesting was the relatively minimum number of people presented in this image. This contrasts with the actual reality of dozens of dozens of people wandering around the location. For some reason people are obvious when using my phone than when using my big DSLR.
While the morning was very cold, conditions warmed considerably by the evening when this image was made. Even then, temperatures were still in the mid-negative twenties.
As it was, this day was the coldest of the four I spent in Canada. While I was a bit cold by any standard, my new arctic clothing worked beautifully which made me very happy.