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Storm clouds, Waterton Lake, Alberta
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Waterton Lake, southern Alberta, Canada and northern Montana, USA. The lake straddles the Canada and United States border. The lakes is in the Waterton Lakes National Park. In 1979, UNESCO established the Waterton Biosphere Reserve to protect the diverse habitats. The Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park was inscribed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1995.

Copyright: Martin Broomfield
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Uploaded: 22/06/2013
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Tags: storm; mountains; lake; water; park; forest; woodland
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