Posted on Jan 10, 2012 | 1902 views
Taken over the sky of Lake Manitouwabing in Ontario, Canada (Latitude: 45 29', Longitude: 79 54') as a few clouds rolled through, this High Dymanic Range (HDR) image encompass what the Great Canadian North is all about.
Lake Manitouwabing is a sprawling, many bayed lake on the North Branch of the Seguin River. It is essentially shallow with isolated basins of deeper water. Water temperatures during summer surveys ranged between 69F at the surface and 40F near the bottom. It has a perimeter of 94.31 km (58.6 miles), and a maximum depth of 33.5 meters (110 feet).
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