What I really like about this photo is the calm and peaceful atmosphere expressed by the soft colours and reflections, which both go well in this particular area and landscape. I also like how you managed to use the natural light and technique to perfectly expose the shot.
I must say, I do like what you've captured here, a lot. Rather than one mountain or two, you captured a whole range. It's also very good to see how you managed to position the farthest mountains away sligtly off-centre.
This shot also has huge potential to become a panorama. Please take this into account! Well done!
First of all, it´s not gonna be easy to beat your own previous contribution [link] Which still is, in my humlbe opinion, one of the best landscapeshots I´ve seen.
This is an amazing photo as well, colours, clarity and "it-moment" still stands out. But I think that your former picture of this takes the slighter edge. It has more eyecatching features, distinct foreground with clear pastel colours, more visible depth (both horizontal and vertical) in water and it also gives the mountains in background more space to "stretch out". And this all because of composition
Ps. Ive tried finding pictures of LL similar to yours using numerous stockphotosites, but not a single one can match yours.
Ps2. It would be interesting to see a panorama of Lake Louise sometime. I wonder how that would look?