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Where was this image of Tchesinkut Lake taken?

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I scanned p 22 of the 2000 book Canada A Visual Journey by Tanya Lloyd Kyi.

p 21 states "Tchesinkut Lake", but can someone please ID this on Google Maps?

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I had never heard of Tchesinkut Lake before, but it was pretty easy to find this view. I entered "Tchesinkut Lake" into Google Earth, which found the lake right away. After that, looking at the outline of the lake made it fairly obvious what angle the picture was taken from. Most of the time was spent lining up the view in Google Earth accordingly. Here is the result:

This view is from 54.079714° -125.637450°, looking about southeast, with an eye altitude of 3100 feet. A bit lower would probably have been better, but this is what GE allowed me to do. The little island is too small to seen in this view, but from the top-down view, you can see it would be in about the right place:

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