A view of Moraine Lake in Canada’s Banff National park. The deep blue color of the lake’s water is due to a special silt that refracts the suns light into blue. The silt is called “rock flour” which is formed from glacial grinding of bedrock. Moraine Lake is fed by water from glacial run off.
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