I shot this photo a while back when my family and I were driving on the on the “Going to the sun road” in Glacier National Park in Montana. I wasn’t expecting much for the drive but I was pleasantly surprised by how beautiful it was. Now that I’m back in living in British Columbia, I’m not sure when I’ll get out to Montana again, but I hope I can make it out there again one of these days so I can take some more pictures!
Camera: Sony a7R & Zeiss 24-70mm f/4
Thanks for stopping by, Rob
I couldn’t trust myself to drive around here. I’d be so busy checking out the amazing scenery, I’d probably cause an accident!
Hahaha better be the passenger then. 😉
Well that’s beautiful!
Thanks pal, it’s so nice around there!
I’ve heard wonderful things about this drive.
Yeah it’s a really good one and I highly recommend doing it sometime.
You might have been photography a car wreck if I’d been on that road. On a recent photo trip to Moab, Utah in early October I very nearly went off the road. It’s really hard to stay on the right side of that little yellow line when you’re framing shots in your head out the drivers side window.
I’m glad you’re more responsible and got out to take this shot since it’s phenomenal. Keep up the great work!
Haha I hear that Tobias! Actually I was in the passenger seat for this picture and just shot out the front window. 🙂