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Many Glacier Meadow

Posted by
B. Thomas (Arlington, Texas, United States) on 8 August 2010 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Some believe Many Glacier on the east side is the most beautiful area of Glacier National Park. I pretty much thought what ever area we were in was the best area.

NIKON D5000 1/160 second F/14.0 ISO 400 82 mm (35mm equiv.)

Sunder from Chennai, India

Great landscape...
Well composed..like the lone tree to the left and the violets in the foerground..

8 Aug 2010 5:25am

@Sunder: Thank you.

Tamara from Aarschot, Belgium

What a bright and beautiful shot ! A lovely landscape photo... 5*****
Have a nice sunday Barbara :)

8 Aug 2010 9:01am

Marie LC from France

Beautiful landscape.

8 Aug 2010 9:53am

@Marie LC: Thank you, Marie.

POBSB from Tilburg, Netherlands

beautiful landscape. love how the color of the flowers combine with the mountains and the sky

8 Aug 2010 12:10pm

@POBSB: Thank you.

Paul from summerside, Canada

Nice one

8 Aug 2010 12:45pm

@Paul: Thank you.

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Stunning and majestic. Gorgeous flowers.

8 Aug 2010 1:09pm

@john4jack: Thank you.

Bethany from Michigan, United States

I've never been there, but from what I've seen from photos and heard, I would have to agree with you. The entire park is beautiful.

8 Aug 2010 2:10pm

@Bethany: It really is!!

Evelyn from United States

Bluebonnets.....

8 Aug 2010 2:25pm

@Evelyn: lupine.... ;-)

don from spokane, United States

I like how the distance seems to pick up the color of these blossoms. A fine meadow and beautiful area. It would be hard to pick one over any other in that spectacular place.

8 Aug 2010 3:00pm

@don: Thank you.

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

This is perfect in my view, Barbara - you have the great perspective on the (I will say Lupines) leading the eye up to the Rockies and then zig-zagging around the scene with that awesome tree - I love trees- and the forested slopes on the left .This baby is totally publishable my friend! At least in my view. Great job!

8 Aug 2010 3:23pm

@Denny Jump Photo: Thanks, Denny. Perhaps it will at least be "published" on my living room wall. ;-)

PATRICK from miramas, France

wow splendid capture

8 Aug 2010 4:14pm

@PATRICK: Thank you.

Shahryar from Isfahan, Iran

beautiful :)

8 Aug 2010 4:16pm

@Shahryar: Thank you.

LauraS from Chico, United States

I would love to visit there, and would probably feel same way as you. All of it is out-of-this-world beautiful.

8 Aug 2010 4:21pm

@LauraS: I hope you make it there sometime.

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

Lovely, crisp shot well seen and framed

8 Aug 2010 4:29pm

@CElliottUK: Thank you.

Loner from Wörgl, Austria

Fantastic image, Barbara !! I would like to bee on this nice place of our earth !

8 Aug 2010 5:31pm

@Loner: Thanks. If you were there, you would find interesting bird photos I am sure!

Dulcie from Danville, CA, United States

A grand view. I love the smoky lavendar of the mountains, and the purple flowers. This is bucolic.

8 Aug 2010 7:37pm

@Dulcie: Thank you, Dulcie.

Amir Pouryousef from Tabriz, Iran

great landscape

8 Aug 2010 8:12pm

@Amir Pouryousef: Thank you.

Judy aka Ladybug from Brooksville, Florida, United States

I agree - there is not "better area" - it's all wonderful. The lupine and the mountains add wonderful color.

8 Aug 2010 11:00pm

@Judy aka Ladybug: Thanks so much, Judy.

Wild Mustang Photography from Carlisle, United States

Another National Geographic like shot! WOW! Beautiful!

9 Aug 2010 2:32am

@Wild Mustang Photography: Wow, thanks for the ultimate compliment! ;-)

DarkElf from Perth, Australia

nice contrast between the hard and cold mountains and the lovely lush greens in the foreground! good composition!

9 Aug 2010 4:34am

@DarkElf: Thank you.

Vaido from Võrumaa, Estonia

Great view!

9 Aug 2010 12:49pm

@Vaido: Thank you.

NIKON D5000
1/160 second
F/14.0
ISO 400
82 mm (35mm equiv.)