I’ve just returned from an amazing trip on my Glacier National Park workshop! With such a great group of photographers and stunning landscapes it was sure hard to beat. I’ll be getting some editing done in the next couple days and will share more from the trip. Here’s one from a rare calm morning on Swiftcurrent Lake, located in Many Glacier.
This shot was taken on my way up the Seeley-Swan Valley a couple year’s back. The lone larch separated from shore was illuminated by late evening light being filtered through the clouds. With the passing clouds, I was patient and waited until just the right moment when they shaded the background and lit up the larch, providing a much more dramatic shot and isolating the tree.
Canon 5d MarkII, 70-200mm 2.8L, ISO100 f8 1/45