Images from Glacier National Park.

September 13 - 23, 2003

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I'm going to send in my money for the calendar when it becomes available. (hint, hint)

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With Clements mountain in the distance, Scott captures the view and feel of a high alpine meadow.


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Up in the Northwest corner of the Park below British Columbia we see some effects of last summer's fires. The wrath of Mother Nature is taken in stride and the local flora and fauna recover quickly.

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This view down Bowman Valley is another that's worth the trip to Montana. Not too far a trip from Whitefish Montana either, where a few nights at The Garden Wall Inn on your way into or out of the park will be just what the doctor ordered.

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How about a nice portrait of mount Sinopah? Scott travelled to the south eastern part of Glacier NP to paint and paddle at the foot of this 8271 foot stunner. No photo could do this view justice, but Scott comes real close. The center photo below is the sun reflecting off Two Medicine lake in the late afternoon.

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