The sun has returned to the South West of France last winter, and we went for a drive and a walk around a big lake; Lac Montbel, near the Pyrenees. It was so nice, that a few people were picnicking out on the dry bit. However where the people are is supposed to be under water, but lately, because of Global Warming, there is less and less water in the lake even in winter!! Soon we will fight not over oil or gold but over water.
This is Peyto Lake a glacier-fed lake located at Banff National Park, Alberta. Canada. This lake is famous for it's turquoise water surrounded by Canadian Rockies. This place attracts people in summer and very popular to the people who love hiking along mountain trails.