Semi OT : where is this lake and mountain scene? need help here

ann sanfedele annsan at
Sun Sep 6 23:50:32 EDT 2020

I did a lot of image searching with google before I posted here... 
including the reverse image search which led only to the photo I've 
shown here .  The Maroon Bells puzzle was easy..Posted on facebook but 
mostly people responded with shots that were pretty much off the mark - 
just the same
um geometry , still lake, split slopes, rugged mt with glacier in the 
distance.  Not the one in Banff NP .

On 9/6/2020 11:19 PM, Igor PDML-StR wrote:
> Ann,
> I am not sure, but what comes to my mind is the one in Banff national 
> park in Alberta.
> I didn't pull my archives to check. It might be much easier to compare 
> with the multitude of photos using Google.
> Igor
> Sent from mobile phone
> On Sun, Sep 6, 2020 at 1:33 PM ann sanfedele <ann... at> wrote:
>> I've been buying, doing and then selling the jigsaw puzzles I've done.
>> Mostly older Springboks . This is part of the cover of the box I just
>> bought and am waiting for (cribbed from sellers listing) . It is called
>> MIRROR LAKE and the puzzle is PZL2102 and produced in 1981 so we know
>> the photo ws taken earlier than that. (note glacier on mt in
>> distance.) Although it is named Mirror lake , after a bunch of image
>> searches of the many lakes called MIrror Lake in North America I
>> couldn't find this view - not that I didn't jsut miss it, but it
>> occured to me that is just Springbok describing it (scroll left to see
>> the whole box cover which shows more of the lake itself. ) because I
>> bought and did a puzzle called MOUNTAIN MAGESTY which was a classic
>> view of the Maroon Bells in Colorado and there are tons of matches all
>> over the web. but nowhere on the box did Springbok tell us that or who
>> took the photo. I think HAllmark bought stock photos back in the day to
>> produce these.
>> anyone recognize this? scroll left to see the whole cover shot.
>> Thanks guys
>> ann

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