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Lake Sherburne reflection

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Another photo from my trip to Glacier National Park last August. When you enter the park at Many Glacier, one of the first things you will see is Lake Sherburne and the mountains to the west. Grinnell Point is near the center of the frame, with the Garden Wall / Continental Divide beyond it.

The water was completely still, so my girlfriend and I stopped to photograph it. While most people stood at the roadside, pointing their camera phones toward the beautiful scene, we took the short rocky walk down to the water's edge for a better (and less crowded) vantage point.

NOTE: When displayed at its default size, the photo may appear a bit "soft". FULL VIEW is highly recommended for better appreciation of detail.

(Nikon D90, Nikon 18-200 lens, circular polarizer, f/22, 1/1.3 seconds, Bogen/Manfrotto tripod)

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KRHPhotography's avatar
I love Glacier National Park! And I love The perspective! Great job again!
greglief's avatar
Thank you! That was my first visit to Glacier NP, and I look forward to returning.
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If you get the chance, and if haven't done so on your last trip, definitely look into logan pass, and the hike to hidden lake. In my personal opinion, and in the opinion of many others, its one of the best places in the park!
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We visited Hidden Lake, then hiked the Highline Trail to Granite Park Chalet. The latter was stunning... one of the best hikes I have ever done anywhere. Next time we would like to visit the Two Medicine area, as well as the Siyeh Pass.
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Good luck! I've never been to either of those other places. If you every go, I'd be interested in hearing what you thought!
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happy easter! and great pic!
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THIS IS SOOOO AWSOME WHERE DID YOU GO TO TAKE SUCH A SUPERB IMAGE
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Thank you for your kind words! This was taken on the east side of Glacier National Park, in Montana USA.
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A beautiful capture, Greg ~ and the lighting is amazing! :deviation: :camera: :hug: Coco

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Thanks, Coco!
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My pleasure, Greg! :iconflowerheartplz: Coco

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knapb's avatar
Those landscapes are very very fine, a real joy to look at.
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Thank you very much for your kind words! :D
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good afternoon

I loved the picture, it was with some fantastic colors, their feeling was really great, I love the perspective, in short, was excellent

already now if you can visit my gallery and comment, if you like gives me some points, thank you </ i>
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Thank you for your kind words. :)
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You made a smart move to explore that path, Greg. This is breathtakingly beautiful. I love how pink the clouds are, how still the mirror lake is. This was nature's great gift to you both, and to thank you for taking that less-traveled pathway!
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