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 "Chief Mountain" - After stopping on the side of the road, just south of the Canadian border, walking back up the road and climbing up a short cliff, I cropped this frame with a 70-200mm lens.  This time of year, colors are subtle and seem to melt into the stone - it is a beautiful time of year to travel through Glacier Park.

"Chief Mountain" - After stopping on the side of the road, just south of the Canadian border, walking back up the road and climbing up a short cliff, I cropped this frame with a 70-200mm lens.  This time of year, colors are subtle and seem to melt into the stone - it is a beautiful time of year to travel through Glacier Park.

 Waterton Lake region in Alberta, Canada: though we were forced out of the area because of flooding - and upset I lost photographic opportunities in this region of Glacier Park, I was able to shoot for two hours - between raindrops and windy conditions, before crossing back over the border into the U.S.  As I teach in all my classes, an overcast day eliminates shadows and saturates color.  Greens and Grey's are wonderfully pleasing and relaxing to view.  Enjoy.  

Waterton Lake region in Alberta, Canada: though we were forced out of the area because of flooding - and upset I lost photographic opportunities in this region of Glacier Park, I was able to shoot for two hours - between raindrops and windy conditions, before crossing back over the border into the U.S.  As I teach in all my classes, an overcast day eliminates shadows and saturates color.  Greens and Grey's are wonderfully pleasing and relaxing to view.  Enjoy.  

 Waterton Lake region in Alberta, Canada:

Waterton Lake region in Alberta, Canada:

 Waterton Lake region in Alberta, Canada: This view was captured just past the park entrance, on our way back to the US after only 12 hours due to flooding rains.

Waterton Lake region in Alberta, Canada: This view was captured just past the park entrance, on our way back to the US after only 12 hours due to flooding rains.

 McDonald Lake - Not far along the Road-to-the-sun is McDonald Lake.  Captured using a 200mm lens at sunset, the distance shore revealing the silhouetted burned forest from fires several years ago.   Here, a square crop creates an interesting abstract.

McDonald Lake - Not far along the Road-to-the-sun is McDonald Lake.  Captured using a 200mm lens at sunset, the distance shore revealing the silhouetted burned forest from fires several years ago.   Here, a square crop creates an interesting abstract.

 Well, I know, this is not a landscape image: however, this lovely animal and his friends were grazing along a narrow road heading for the Canadian border - so I had to slow down and say hello.  Pouring rain really helped define the mood and the emotional impact I hoped to capture - I think I did.

Well, I know, this is not a landscape image: however, this lovely animal and his friends were grazing along a narrow road heading for the Canadian border - so I had to slow down and say hello.  Pouring rain really helped define the mood and the emotional impact I hoped to capture - I think I did.

Glacier22.jpg
Glacier25.jpg
Polebridge-lake-3color.jpg

"Chief Mountain" - After stopping on the side of the road, just south of the Canadian border, walking back up the road and climbing up a short cliff, I cropped this frame with a 70-200mm lens.  This time of year, colors are subtle and seem to melt into the stone - it is a beautiful time of year to travel through Glacier Park.

Waterton Lake region in Alberta, Canada: though we were forced out of the area because of flooding - and upset I lost photographic opportunities in this region of Glacier Park, I was able to shoot for two hours - between raindrops and windy conditions, before crossing back over the border into the U.S.  As I teach in all my classes, an overcast day eliminates shadows and saturates color.  Greens and Grey's are wonderfully pleasing and relaxing to view.  Enjoy.  

Waterton Lake region in Alberta, Canada:

Waterton Lake region in Alberta, Canada: This view was captured just past the park entrance, on our way back to the US after only 12 hours due to flooding rains.

McDonald Lake - Not far along the Road-to-the-sun is McDonald Lake.  Captured using a 200mm lens at sunset, the distance shore revealing the silhouetted burned forest from fires several years ago.   Here, a square crop creates an interesting abstract.

Well, I know, this is not a landscape image: however, this lovely animal and his friends were grazing along a narrow road heading for the Canadian border - so I had to slow down and say hello.  Pouring rain really helped define the mood and the emotional impact I hoped to capture - I think I did.

 "Chief Mountain" - After stopping on the side of the road, just south of the Canadian border, walking back up the road and climbing up a short cliff, I cropped this frame with a 70-200mm lens.  This time of year, colors are subtle and seem to melt into the stone - it is a beautiful time of year to travel through Glacier Park.
 Waterton Lake region in Alberta, Canada: though we were forced out of the area because of flooding - and upset I lost photographic opportunities in this region of Glacier Park, I was able to shoot for two hours - between raindrops and windy conditions, before crossing back over the border into the U.S.  As I teach in all my classes, an overcast day eliminates shadows and saturates color.  Greens and Grey's are wonderfully pleasing and relaxing to view.  Enjoy.  
 Waterton Lake region in Alberta, Canada:
 Waterton Lake region in Alberta, Canada: This view was captured just past the park entrance, on our way back to the US after only 12 hours due to flooding rains.
 McDonald Lake - Not far along the Road-to-the-sun is McDonald Lake.  Captured using a 200mm lens at sunset, the distance shore revealing the silhouetted burned forest from fires several years ago.   Here, a square crop creates an interesting abstract.
 Well, I know, this is not a landscape image: however, this lovely animal and his friends were grazing along a narrow road heading for the Canadian border - so I had to slow down and say hello.  Pouring rain really helped define the mood and the emotional impact I hoped to capture - I think I did.
Glacier22.jpg
Glacier25.jpg
Polebridge-lake-3color.jpg