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Moraine Lake & the Ten Peaks | by YellowPonny
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Moraine Lake & the Ten Peaks

This Moraine Lake's color is caused by fine particles of glacial silt, or till, known as "rock flour".This "rock flour" scatters the blue-green rays of light, giving the lake its special colour.

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Taken on August 18, 2005