Mount Michener lies on the other side of Abraham Lake, Alberta, and is in the interesting position that both in the morning and in the evening, it is illuminated by the rising and setting sun, and well visible from the highway. With the Abraham Lake area being often very windy, on this February morning, the west winds were gusting close to 100 km/h in places, and the snow was being blown off the top and ridges of the mountain. As the gusts came and went, and the first sunlight hit the top and back of the mountain, the result was the plumes of snow being lit from behind. I stood in place beside the highway with my long lens and tripod for about half an hour, trying to capture the beauty.
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