Monday, August 1-5, 2022    $1500

Glacier National Park is an amazing place.  From vast landscapes and lakes, to wildflowers and huckleberries, to bears and birds - Glacier is an important destination for any landscape/wildlife photographer who shoots in the American West.  This safari comes at the end of July for two reasons: 1) it is huckleberry season and every bird and bear loves to eat them.  Whole mountainsides are covered with the berry drawing a myriad of wildlife.  2) August begins fire season in this area of the northern Rockies into southwest Canada - and with fire season comes smoke - an enemy to most types of nature photography.  We spend each day in a different area of the park, and each morning at a peak spot in that area.  We shoot the east and west sides of Logan Pass, Many Glacier, and the Polebridge Road into northwestern Glacier and Kintla and Bowman Lakes.  The photography generally runs about 60% percent landscapes and 40% wildlife - but that can change minute to minute as we explore the park.  This safari is limited to 3 photographers riding with me on the safari. Parking can be extremely difficult so we keep the vehicles to just my truck, though you could meet me in Columbia Falls.

We meet in Columbia Falls, Montana outside the southwest entrance to Glacier, on Sunday night, July 31. While fairly warm during the day, the weather can change quickly - with mornings being quite cold - so layered clothing and shooting gloves, boots, a hat - are a must to stay comfortable.

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