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Reflections, Burned Forest, New Growth, And Glacier's Mountains
Photo By David W. Boston

  • Title: Reflections, Burned Forest, New Growth, And Glacier's Mountains
  • State/Province/Region: Montana
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: US Highway 89
  • Nearest Town: St. Mary
  • Brief Directions: Go South on US Highway 89 from St. Mary for 1.9 miles. Location is along the highway on the right (west).
  • Notes: This spot illustrates the devastation of forest fires and the resiliency of nature to recover. US Highway 89 2005 Red Eagle Fire Area Glacier National Park 08/13/2008, 10:02 AM Canon EOS D60, 1/13, f/16, 45mm (24-105), ISO 100 B+W Circular Polarizer, Singh-Ray 2-stop ND-grad HS 48°43'20.964"N 113°24'53.496"W 1536.19m
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Gear: Tripod, wide zoom, polarizer, split ND
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