8.12.2011

Running Eagle Falls, Montana


opening
to the splendor of our world
opens us to the splendor within
~


 Running Eagle Falls
near Two Medicine, Glacier National Park, Montana
notice the water flows from the top of the falls
and 
also there is a cave half way down the falls that water pours out of!



58 comments:

  1. Oh, Tammie--these are breathtaking. I feel at loss for words to express how these photographs fill my eyes.

    Exquisite, dear Friend...

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  2. Belleza...
    Vida....
    Gracias Tammie

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  3. As you know, I love waterfalls, but the colors in your other photos are amazing. Talk about splendors!

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  4. A wonderful dose of beauty ~ thank you!

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  5. Gorgeous and spectacular!

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  6. Amazing. Few things more beautiful than what you show.

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  7. That first shot is amazing... the colors and textures are beautiful.
    Love the falls. What stunning country! I MUST go there someday!

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  8. This is so beautiful and lovely !! I really loved them !! Great !!

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  9. ... gorgeous classic American wilderness... GREAT!
    and those colors of stones are so cute...:)

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  10. Hello, Tammie Lee

    The graceful sense wraps your artworks.

    Thank you for the warmth of your heart.
    Have a good weekend...

    The prayer for all peace.
    from Japan, ruma

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  11. what a shot through the water like this...simply amazing....I love the falls and the mountain and I tell you I now know where I shall plan my next big vacation to the USA....the tourist board should hire you:)

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  12. Wow..pretty awe-inspiring...thankyou for this magical post!!
    Victoria

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  13. Hi Tammie, I'm hoping that we will get to Glacier sometime.. It's on our 'list'.... Gorgeous pictures.. I especially love that waterfall (since I'm a waterfall lover anyhow--ha)
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  14. Wow, such beauty! It is a pleasure to see. Thank you for sharing.xxx

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  15. Ahhhhh - refreshing! And I'm still so very aware of how different our stream beds are as the stones here are all mostly granite, and there they look much redder.

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  16. Such a lovely name of a fall! :) And those colorful beautiful stones, oh.. I would like to have one of them.. but they belong to the Eagle Fall, and there they would like to stay as long as they can- I guess.. :))
    I fancy the light in the water and the colors of the stones.. Gorgeous pictures Tammie! :)

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  17. Dear Tammie,

    What a wondrous world you experience and I thank you so kindly for sharing it. The colors of the rocks and the waterfall . . . the landscape with the falling water in its center is truly breathtaking. Stunning! I hope you have a lovely weekend. Carol

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  18. Tammie, I apologise for my absence for such a long time but your blog posts were not showing up on my dashboard.

    This post is spectacular with the colourful rocks under water. I am sure they would make great pigment for painting. What great wonders you have in Montana.

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  19. Such glorious photos! The water over the rocks looks like a watercolor painting. Happy weekend!

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  20. Your water images are always so soothing... I wish I could lie on the little stones and pretend to be Ophelia... :))

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  21. The colors of those stones are absolutely gorgeous Tammie!

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  22. You Tammie indeed are at home in the spirit of water, in all its infinite forms. You have some of the most beautiful photographs of looking into water that I have ever seen.

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  23. fantastic photography! what a majestic place the second photo shows! so many incredible scenes on this beautiful planet of ours

    xoxo

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  24. That waterfall looks as if it is flowing from the Mountains heart. What a beautiful expression of nature! I love experiencing nature through your perspective, you have a magical way of revealing the many sparkling layers of nature that so many others miss.

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  25. oh my, that cave... and the rocks! they're so colorful! always beauty that you share here, tammie... xoxo

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  26. that is just so gorgeous!! i love how things look filtered through water...
    the colored stones...blurred through the moving water...beautiful!!!

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  28. TL - I am never ceased to be amazed by the colour of those stones and your ability to capture the water sliding gracefully over them - almost like a film of ice. Thanks. B

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  29. I`m in love with those stones under water
    thanks Tammie,
    and enjoy this weekend!

    elena

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  30. I saw your post in my feebox and thought, Oh, it would be lovely if there were stones under water, as those are my favorites... and there they were, beautiful as ever.

    Thank you for the great start to my day. Many blessings.

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  31. 'Opening to the splendor of our world
    opens us to the splendor within.' Yes, I like that very much! And as always I adore your coloured pebble photos. Have a lovely weekend, dear Tammie. x

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  32. Oh, what wonderful rainbow stones!

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  33. So lovely, Tammie. That has got to be the clearest water I have ever seen.

    Splendor indeed!

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  34. Tammie,

    I love the colors of the water ... a work of art.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  35. There are those beautiful colored rocks - I have never seen anything like them in person. They are like treasures to be discovered if one is open to seeing. That waterfall in the backcountry must be wonderful to visit. It looks like it's flowing strongly this summer. Were you in a canoe, Tammie?

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  36. Although I've not lived there for many years, I was born & raised in Montana, where my heart shall always remain. Like many others, we spent our honeymoon in Glacier and have several old photos of this falls, which was then labeled as "Trick Falls". I like this current name better, but the falls look much the same... as if 1966 was just yesterday! We get back to Montana every year - Love your site and photos!

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  37. i love pic #2 !!!!!!!
    so pretty

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  38. I do love waterfalls, but I am amazed at the colors of the rocks in the water. The colors are just like a painting. awesome. hugs.

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  39. A diluvium ... as transfluent as nature herself.

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  40. TL, the stones in your neck of the woods are incredibly beautiful. They're all like gemstones. What a beautiful world, yours is. Thanks always for sharing it.

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  41. Wonderful colors!...and they are natural...
    Great!
    My best regards from Romania!

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  42. Your stone photos are a real favourite subject of mine and I love these. Montana looks so amazing....x

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  43. Is it my imagination or are the rocks more beautiful and is the water clearer in Montana than what we have here? Beautiful photos!

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  44. i never will tire of seeing these amazingly beautiful Montana river rocks...and the mountain spendor, waterfalls, forests of this wonder-land in which we live. your photos truly capture the essence tammie...as always, i love you<3

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  45. dear Tammie, what a splendid place to be and what a great and perfect eyes who shows us the gorgoues colors of this wonderful world ...

    I love this series a lot, so full of light and Summer, peace and silence ..and the fresh smell of forest, and perhaps even mushrooms in the air.

    take care and have a beautiful time my dear,

    cordially isabella

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  46. Wow!! such wonderful colours in the pool....

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  47. Oh! This is a beautiful shot - and a wonderful reminder. Thank you for your sweet comments (sorry for the delay in responding - I've just returned from out of town) and I'm so glad you watched the Summer of Color this year - play next Summer if you can. I would be honored to have you, xo

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  48. That first picture really has to be enlarged and mounted on a wall. It's breathtaking.

    Left you an email. Thanks. :)

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  49. What beautiful photos. The rocks under the water are so colorful and pretty. What a beautiful setting Tammie. Mickie :)

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  50. nice and colorful abstract art of nature!

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  51. I love to dip in a toe and enjoy more of your wonderful pictures and words.

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  52. Fantastic colours and shapes!

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  53. Wowzie....You amaze me. The precious metal colors of these stones through water....dreamy.

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  54. Wonderful photos and words.

    Regards!

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  55. oh my gosh. these are so beautiful. i want one of those water-covered rock portraits on my wall...

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  56. grand views here. beautiful day and lovely nature

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  57. Very pretty. As a teen ager, I can remember going swimming a few times in Two Medicine. Brrrr!

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie