Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada by Scott Aspinall

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There are some truly amazing spots in the Canadian Rockies during winter, but I enjoy none of them more than this frozen waterfall. This past January was my second trip to the Canadian Rockies during the winter months. In 2019, I was there near the end of January and managed to get out to this waterfall on three separate occasions, looking to make a memorable photograph. With each visit, I improved on the composition but, with much warmer weather than we had this year, the cave never completely froze over and I was unable to safely get to my tripod into a spot where I had access to the perfect view.

Fast forward to this past January. I had hopes that this time around, things would be frozen over. As the trip dates drew closer, I checked the weather almost non-stop, hoping for frigid temperatures. I lucked out with some really cold weather the week before my trip that froze the entire cave, and I was able to get to the spot where this photograph was possible.

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