Morning Eagle Falls - Glacier National Park

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Comments (16)

walkaboutwest on February 3, 2007

Thank you very much for comment. However, this particular photo really isn't too remote, because it is a popular trail in Glacier National Park (Siyeh Bend over Piegan Pass to Many Glacier). What I do think is unique about it, is time of year it was taken(October)when few people visit Glacier. Fall is a beautiful time to visit Glacier. Few, if any people are on the trails, amazing colors, and the vegetation is less dense (better grizzly bear and moose visibility :))

Snemann on February 3, 2007

Wow, you have an excellent collection! You really manage to capture the remoteness of your locations.

Bruce MacIver on February 25, 2007

Awesome fall colors and great exposure.

zyg on April 17, 2007

Depedning on how you look at, it that could still be considered remote. Either way its a great photo. :D

gilberto silvestri on July 1, 2007

Eve, either way is a great Photo (zyg), I agree. This Image brings me immediately to Alpe Devero Park, Ciao from Italy, Gilberto.

walkaboutwest on July 21, 2007

steandeb, I have seen many grizzlies, but have always had the fortune never to surprise one. The closest I have been to a grizzly bear is probably 130 meters in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. I saw a sow busy tearing up a log, and moved away before she became aware of me. Her cub saw me, though. I was grateful he didn't tell his mother :).

Danalawi on July 27, 2007

Nice, Montana is a bride!

walkaboutwest on July 27, 2007

Thank you for your comment!

hanepik on September 14, 2007

I Ride this route on Train Simulator, but not in my wildest dreams did I realise the countryside could be so beautiful there. Very nice Photo. I have placed some in Europe as well. Callsign is Hanepik. Regards. Dirk Uys, Jeffreys Bay, South Africa.

Orly Yahalom on October 8, 2007

Eve, I had a great pleasure browsing through your shots. You take spectacular landscape shots and your HDR experiments are stunning.

Before visiting this site I knew nothing about the landscape of Montana, but now I think that I won't forget it!

Thank you for your visit and kind comments on my photos. I appreciate them!

Greetings from Israel, Orly

ydee on January 5, 2008

Eve, Thanks for the virtual travel in the Montana and other places of the Rocky Mountains. I looked on the 24 pages of your photos. A great work! You advertise your country much better than any travel agency. Now for sure, on one day I will visit these marvellous sites. I will give your link to a friend of mine who visited a few years ago the sites you captured. I enjoyed a lot these fantastic spaces: the earth seems larger in your country! I want to mention that I particularly like the wildlife and birds pictures. Best greetings from Belgium Yves

wapitihunter88 on July 15, 2008

That is a great picture. I think you are an awesome photographer.

walkaboutwest on July 22, 2008

Thank you very much for your kind comments ydee! I am sorry I did not see them before now! You also have a very nice gallery.

Thank you for the complement, wapitihunter88. I hope I'll be able to go back to glacier with a better camera this fall. I only had a little point and shoot at the time I took this photo. I take it you must be a Montana resident?

northwestjunkie on August 6, 2008

Great shot Eve! Your extensive collection never ceases to amaze and immerse me in the moment. The fall colors, the waterfall, the patchwork of vegetation rapidly succumbing to the eminence of earth partially enshrouded in clouds. Beautiful!

Dror Ben David on October 4, 2008

Superb place and picture! Very well done!

elemer 10 on February 14, 2011

wonderful.

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Photo taken in Glacier National Park, West Glacier, MT, USA

Photo details

  • Uploaded on January 13, 2007
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by walkaboutwest
    • Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix F440
    • Taken on 2006/10/08 11:46:47
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/300)
    • Focal Length: 6.30mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.800
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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