5.17.2012

Many Glacier, Montana


it was a windy day
swept all the dust away
air and light
vibrant


shooting into the sun is not favorable
still i thought to share this wild beauty with you:


this land begs to be walked into
like a beautiful invitation
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34 comments:

  1. What glorious mountain scenery complete with melt-stream and wild, wild white water. Camping there is sheer bliss unless a bear decides to share your sleeping bag.

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  2. I can smell your clean air!

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  3. Magnificent landscape, no wonder it is called the Big Country.

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  4. Wonderful to see! Thanks.
    Warm greetings, Mirthe

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  5. Magnificent landscape! Stunning photos!

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  6. It's beautiful sky blue color purity ... breathe ...
    Tammie kisses!

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  7. Will any of that snow stay all year? I don't think I would ever get tired of that view.

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  8. Beautiful captures, glimpses of great majesty.

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  9. I love the landscapes of your world … so grand and open. I would like to experience it with my own eyes and being one day.

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  10. I think I have asked you this before but I am going to ask again. Do you live around here? If your answer is yes, I will cry because I am so happy for you. Tsup!

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  11. Fantastic. Is that an invitation?

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  12. Wow.. so majestic. Beautiful.

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  13. Y E S !



    Friendly Aloha from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral

    > < } } (°>

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  14. Shooting into the sun works well! Very well!

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  15. Woooow! My mouth is still open...Thank you!

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  16. Just beautiful Tammie.
    Majestic monuments to Mother Nature.

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  17. It is truley wild and beautiful... but is it also true that "many glaciers" in Montana are disappearing perhaps forever?

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  18. Hi Sandy,
    Often in the high mountains there is some snow year round. Yet a lot of the snow melts and fills our lakes and rivers.

    Yes Rose, some day you will have to see and wander here yourself!

    Ces, Many Glacier is a few hour drive from where i live. Close but far. Still the Western side of these mountains, just as beautiful is one hour drive. Gorgeous here!

    Troutbirder,
    fun play on words. you are so right, they are disappearing.

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  19. Fantastic photos!
    What a wonderful landscape.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Mette

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  20. Beautiful photos from a wonderful landscape. I love to thake a trip in this montain. We also have nearly this landscape. Love to see the blue colour in the snow and ice. And the sound from the river and melting ice are so nice sound.
    Wish you a nice weekend.
    Hilda

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  21. Such wonderful scenic shots of a beautiful part of our country! Wow!

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  22. Oooo-la-la!! Gorgeous!! =) What a wildness
    beauty
    freshness
    greatness!

    Like an adventure to me, thanks for showing Tammie! Photos I'll not forget so fast, be sure! :)

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  23. Your mountains always challenge my coastal mind. These are amazing photos. Your post is a beautiful meditation.

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  24. A marvellous great country, beautiful pictures !

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  25. Those are wonderful shots! I just have to make it up there some time this summer.

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  26. Catching up with my favourite blogs at last - it is always such a pleasure to visit your beautiful images and read your poetic words.

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  27. Oh Tammie, Your stunning photography is so inviting!! It inspires me to want to visit your part of the world. A LONG visit. Such grandeur!

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  28. I am so glad you shared this with us. Indeed this wild beauty makes my heart beat faster and fosters a desire to walk into those wonderful hills. Aaaahhhh...such wonders.

    Fills my eyes, these do.

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  29. Oh wow - such grandeur and beauty! A lovely invitation and celebration of life.

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  30. Have you gotten your job yet with the Montany Tourist Board...these captures look unreal they are so beautiful...hard to believe that such a place really does exist. You make me want to visit Montana:),,,really.

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  31. So wild, free, elemental and majestic. Thank you Tammie!

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  32. So magical...such pristine beauty...epic...poetic!!

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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