To Whet Your Appetite

October 30, 2016  •  4 Comments

I finally had a chance to get the heck out of dodge and found a photographer friend to join me on a super long (520 miles) dark to dark (14 hours) drive up to Glacier Park and back.  We left with the hunters in the morning (who leaves on a road trip at 5:30 a.m.? - yup, the hunters, dog show people and photographer types) and headed north only to run into thick fog 60 miles from town (up on the plains where they just don't get fog - wind yes, fog no).  Still we decided that even being in and out of fog ther was hope that the wind would pick up and blow it out.....keep the faith.   My "good luck friend" brought her luck with and by the time we climbed over the pass to get to St. Mary we actually saw blue sky, so that is what I'm starting with here with lots of posts of photos to come.

These were our first taste of hope - as you can see the fog came in and out and yes it created frost as well.

That isn't a black spot in the center - it is actually a raven flying through my shot!  LOL


Brian King Images(non-registered)
These are gorgeous! Very nice!
Linda W(non-registered)
Love that frozen fog (is it called "frog?") Glacier is beautiful in any season, but those mountains look great with a thin white coating.
Jeanne Stone(non-registered)
Can't wait to see more of you these photos. I would get up in a minute that early to drive to Glacier! It is my favorite place in the world!! Bring on those photos!!
Gunilla Bäck(non-registered)
Gorgeous captures of the mountains and the frost. Take care!
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