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.