Many Glacier, Glacier National Park

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Our trip to Glacier was very smoky and photo opportunities were few. My favorite area was Many Glacier. We had to drive on a dirt road under construction to get there. There was a fairly big delay. But when I saw the beautiful area I knew the bad drive was worth it. I wish the visibility had been better, but it gives us a reason to return. We only had time for a short 3 mile walk around the lake.

#1 The beautiful lodge
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#2 Flowers in front of the lodge
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#3 Lights inside the Lodge
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#4 Vegetation on the hike around the lake
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#5. The bugs loved this one
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#6 Looking across the lake toward the lodge
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#7 Evidence of beavers
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Terri: You find beauty in every place you go.
Thanks for always sharing.
 
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WE had to cancel our planned camping trip to GNP due to a scheduling conflict. In fact we would have been there about the same time as you visited. Thanks for sharing photos of your trip. As others, I like #6. It is the classic "hero shot."
 
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Love #6.
Did you try the dehaze filter in whatever software you use? It can often improve these hazy type images.
I would get rid of all the boaters except the one standup paddle board. If dehaze works, this would be a great print. If not, I hope you can go back- beautiful area nicely captured.
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Beautifully done, Terri.
Thank you, Jim!!
#6 is awesome (y)
Thank you, West!! I loved that view of the lodge.
Wonderful, brings back so many memories from the 1970s! #6 is Glacier personified!
Thank you!! Did you spend time in Glacier in the 70s?
Wonderful set of images Terri, #6 is a superb image.
Thank you, Louis!!
WE had to cancel our planned camping trip to GNP due to a scheduling conflict. In fact we would have been there about the same time as you visited. Thanks for sharing photos of your trip. As others, I like #6. It is the classic "hero shot."
Hopefully you can go back when the smoke is gone
Love #6.
Did you try the dehaze filter in whatever software you use? It can often improve these hazy type images.
I would get rid of all the boaters except the one standup paddle board. If dehaze works, this would be a great print. If not, I hope you can go back- beautiful area nicely captured.
gary
I did use dehaze. The original is so much more hazy. I did get rid of the boaters. That was a great suggestion. I'm sure we will go back. Hopefully we can find a time to go when conditions will be good. I thought the end of July would be good when I made the reservations early in the year. But the drought has caused so many early fires this year.
 
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#3 & 6 win my heart. I love log/timber buildings. The structure and backdrop of the mtns is spectacular.
 
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+1 on what others have said. Six really shows what a beautiful location it is.

BTW, we had haze from the firs all the way to the east coast in NH.
 

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