Could this be the most photographed lake in the whole British Columbia? Could be.
Well, here’s one more.
What’s with the color of the lake?
The color is due the glacial silt runoff from the river that feeds the lake. The silt is so fine that the particles don’t sink in to the bottom, they just float around suspended in the water reflecting light that enters the water. And thus, the bright turquoise color of the lake.
If you ask me, I think something so pretty can only be caused by magic.