Monday Mash-Up

Lets do a little throw back to two of my favorite places. First up, Glacier National Park in Montana: And, secondly, in contrast, though it is a neighboring state, North Dakota (mostly Theodore Roosevelt National Park):

Kintla Lake

In the far northwest corner of Glacier National Park in Montana, down miles of bumpy dirt roads, past where the average tourist goes and beyond the off-grid town of Polebridge and several old homesteads, you’ll find the beautiful and remote Kintla Lake. What will strike you first, beyond the sheer beauty of the location, is … More Kintla Lake

Many Glaciers

Often considered the heart of the park, Many Glaciers, in the north east quadrant of Glacier National Park, feels like stepping back in time.  With towering mountains, active glaciers, wildlife and beautiful waters, the area is stunning and populated with deer, bighorn sheep, black bears, grizzly bears and smaller mammals and birds.  Hiking trails, wooded … More Many Glaciers

Day 12: Many Glaciers

In the morning we photographed Saint Mary Lake near our campsite. We finally had some nice clouds to work with rather than the haze of the previous days, and a bit more morning color.  Standing there, I could turn in any direction and meet another beautiful scape.  I did take a very short video with my phone … More Day 12: Many Glaciers

Day 8: Lunch break in West Yellowstone…

Yesterday afternoon I met photographer Bart Smith (http://www.walkingdownadream.com/) as I was wandering around Yellowstone.  He told me some really interesting information about the Nez Perce National Historic Trail which runs through Yellowstone.  In 1877 a band of 700 Nez Perce men, women and children fought against the 7th Calvary while trying to escape to Canada rather than be forced onto … More Day 8: Lunch break in West Yellowstone…