The Bow River runs through Cochrane, Alberta - not quite frozen over, despite it's best efforts.
The waters rush past in a hurry to flow eastwards to Calgary and head out the other side. I'm not sure why though. If they only knew their fate 30km down river. It's an iceberg traffic jam down there!
The goods trains trundle by. Layers and layers of sheets of ice overlap each other and line the banks.
We humans can only guess where the actual land ends and the ice starts. I wasn't about to test the limits.
Jagged layers point skywards making for interesting shapes and opaque turquoises.
The waters look like one massive slushy or slurpee drink - I wouldn't fancy dipping my straw into this one though.
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