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Winter Storm
Photo By Laura Tate Sutton

  • Title: Winter Storm
  • State/Province/Region: Montana
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Glacier National Park
  • Nearest Town: West Glacier
  • Brief Directions: Hwy 2 to Glacier National Park. Going-to-the-sun road inside park.
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Description: I love going into Glacier Park in the winter while there is no one there. I was taking reflection shots on Lake McDonald when suddenly the weather took a turn for the worse. The winds had really picked up. Instead of packing up and getting out of there (like normal people would) I wanted to get some motion shots of the waves. I put my tripod down as low as I could and using my wide angle lens, I waited for the waves and took consecutive shots to get the waves at just the right time.
  • Gear: Nikon D200, tripod, wide angle lens
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Keywords:  BlackForestsLightNatureSeasonsWater
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