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Saturday July 21, 2012, at 8:05 pm

GLACIER Wrap-up: PART 5 (The Lake)

It was amazing spending an entire month in a cabin on one of the lakes of Glacier.  Lake McDonald definitely has a lot of different moods, and I got to see many of them.  One of my favorite memories was waking up to fog so thick that you could barely see the lake.  And then later it lifted off in the heat of the mid-morning sun with ragged cloudy remnants still holding on.  As grand as the whole scenes were, I found myself distracted by the little details again… light on the water, driftwood, and the color of the rocks.

I hope you’ve enjoyed these photos, and I hope they give you some sense how great it was to be in the park.  I’m incredibly grateful to Glacier National Park for the chance to be an Artist-In-Residence this year.  I’ll try to post some of the artwork I did for them as soon as I can.  If you have never been to the park, you really owe it to yourself to go there someday.  You won’t regret it.

Thanks for looking!

Lake McDonald from the south end.

Tree over high water.

Sunlight sparkles.

One of many great lake sunsets.

Fog on the lake.

Cloud shroud.

Horizon line hidden by fog.

My nephew carrying on the ancient tradition of skipping rocks.

The many-colored rocks of Glacier.

What do you see in this piece of driftwood?

Sunset reflections.

Fiery clouds.


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