I will never get tired of Glacier National Park. It is my favorite place to visit…photograph…hike…see…explore…look for the Milky Way…wander…sit on a rock by a river and read…see the wildlife…see the sunrise…see the stars.
I love Glacier.
Glacier is never the same. Every day there is a new light and spark of wonder to find. There are countless angles and views and shafts of life and sweeping clouds.
In the years I have been in Montana I have been fortunate enough to fly over the park a few times. But this week I got to go up with a pilot/amateur photographer who understands the light and importance of time of day.
We had an incredible sky. Enormous clouds that made us question the decision to go when we were on the ground, but ended up being a blessing because they gave contrast to the sky and drama to way the light played over the mountains.
I don’t have a lot to say about these images but I wanted to share my new aerial views of Glacier. Ironically the park reopened today after the government shutdown and I was up at Avalanche Trail this afternoon. But I will share those photos another time.
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