Mountains, Lakes, Creeks and Weeping Wall

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Landscape, National Park, Photography, World Heritage Site

In a four-day tour of Glacier National Park that we had planned year ahead gave us a glimpse of the immense and wild landscape of wonderful photographic dimension. We enjoyed the rugged mountain terrain, the peaceful lakes and the incredible waterfalls that lead to the turbulent creeks downstream. What a scene of weeping wall from distance and up close with its water splashing on the windshield of our van. The scenes of Lake McDonald at dawn and dust have imprinted in my memory. This is my last post on Glacier National Park and will begin working on the images I took at Palouse Region, Washington where we spent three days after leaving Glacier.

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A retired professional engineer turns nature lover and photographer

4 thoughts on “Mountains, Lakes, Creeks and Weeping Wall”

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you, it is a beautiful park to photograph. Thanks for visiting my blog!

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    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you, it is a beautiful park, American Southwest is my favorite region to visit and photograph, I’d love to see your book when completed.

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