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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-03-2009, 10:40 PM Thread Starter
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http://www.glacierparkmagazine.com/1...ionalPark.html

A nice photo collection.
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wow! so many great shots. I'll have to go back and read the notes. I'm going to direct one of my photo friends to this.

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Ya wow those are great photos. I'm hoping to check out the park next summer-- hoping see as many beautiful sights!
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One of the USA's best parks, if you ask me. Sure would love to spend 100 days there!
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thanks for sharing! I'm even more resolved to visit Montana now....I've been hooked on the idea ever since reading "Lonesome Dove".
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i need a new camera.
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i need a new camera.
Ooh, that reminds me, I need to by a new set of paintbrushes...http://arttoheartweb.com/images/Van_...arry_Night.jpg
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...although that 400 mm would be nice.
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...with a 2x tele and a camera where the body alone is worth more than my automobile!

(talent and patience help too)
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i need a new camera.
Ooh, that reminds me, I need to by a new set of paintbrushes...http://arttoheartweb.com/images/Van_...arry_Night.jpg
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i need a new camera.
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What inspiring photography! I wonder how many thousand shots were taken in those 100 days. I have a flicker contact that has some awesome stuff as well. Defiantly a place I would like to visit.
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I spent 2 days there this past summer, was hoping to spend more. Great photos.
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I love hiking in Glacier (BC), but Glacier (US) is an absolutely spectacular park, with a great abundance and diversity of wildlife as shown by these superb photos. Wish I could spend 100 days there, yowie!!!
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