Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Fishing - Lorette Pond





This is Mount Lorette Pond in Kananaskis Provincial Park, Alberta, which is stocked seasonally with rainbow trout. It's a good idea to pick up a fishing license before putting a line out, as the fish police tend to lurk.


Photo Credit: appaloosa CC=nc-nd-flickr. Click to enlarge.

13 comments:

Teresa said...

I love this picture, Barbara. The water is so clear. I wouldn't need a license; I'd just be swimming with the fish!

Charles Gramlich said...

Definitely looks like a purty place to fish

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

So pretty!

Maria said...

What a lovely place for fishing, and how good the trout must be here in this wonderful and fresh water!

T and S said...

Looks like a beautiful spot for fishing.

RuneE said...

It would be enough for me to bring a camera.

Leah J. Utas said...

Beautiful. I haven't been to Kananaskis in years. It's time to go back.

laughingwolf said...

drifting in a canoe, soaking up the sights and/or taking pics require no licenses, if so inclined ;)

Rick said...

I don't fish, but after seeing this photo, it certainly makes me want to go visit this scenic spot! What a wonderful eye for beauty you have.

Shelley Munro said...

You always post the nicest photos. I always want to visit. This one is beautiful.

Barbara Martin said...

Thank you, everyone, for the kind comments. Mountains, lakes and fishing go hand-in-hand on a relaxing journey.

Raph G. Neckmann said...

Fish police! I'm picturing some kind of mer-creatures with dark-blue scales ...

Barbara Martin said...

Raph, interesting thought, but I'm afraid they're more mundane than that. Just government officials working with the Fish and Game Department.