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Glacial rock stis ready to slide into the water of Bear Lake in Killarney Provincial Park
Canada

This panoramic image shows just how calm the waters of Bear Lake in Killarney Provincial Park can become. There is nothing like kayaking the wilderness in these conditions. The image contains a huge rock deposited by the last glacier which left it siting on an incline ready to slide into the lake, but be assured, it's size and weight will keep it right there until the next ice age.

Copyright: Richard D. Stack
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12620x6310
Taken: 22/07/2011
Uploaded: 18/08/2011
Updated: 17/09/2014
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Tags: killarney provincial park; ontario; canada; camping; fishing; hunting; photography
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