Mt Edith Cavell and Angel Glacier

While editing my Mt Edith Cavell images, I struggled to select just one to share and finally determined that two final selects were different enough to warrant posting. What I like about this image over some of the others is, in part, the overall clean-ness and the faint lines of the underwater logs showing through the reflections. The other Mt Edith Cavell image I shared includes the same lake (Cavell Lake) with mountain reflections, but the horizontally-oriented image captured at a much wider angle includes more flora, which I also liked.
As I mentioned in the text for the other image, I didn't have much time here and the Canon EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM Lens showed both is optical prowess and its versatility. After capturing the one shared one image, I simply walked along the edge of the water, positioned the tripod, rotated the camera's L-bracket on the Arca-Swiss Z1 Ball Head, adjusted the focal length as desired and captured a pair of images to use for HDR exposure blending.
Note that the longer focal length used for this image makes the mountain appear larger relative to the 16mm capture.

Camera and Lens Settings
28mm  f/11.0  1/15s
ISO 100
5792 x 8688px
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