The Turnagain Arm is a fantastic area to photograph for many reasons. Although I had only been here at night to capture the Auroras, I knew that the location had to be equally as beautiful during the day. I can see us going back year after year, season after season,( as my friend Carl does) because it has so much to offer. With high tide peaking just about an hour before, we had lots of calm water before us to provide some really nice reflections. A couple of snow covered mountains and a large chunk of snow covered ice presented great foreground elements. All around us, from the mountain ridges to the water and light fluffy clouds in the sky there was plenty to keep my little one busy. Having only been there with friends the night before, and a good snow fall that same night made this location perfect.
Nikon d700, 14-24 mm @18 mm, f11 1/350 s, ISO 560