Denver to Glacier National Park

Four National Parks in 11 days. A photographic road trip with my friend and fellow photographer Bob Karcz driving from Denver to Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Glacier and Waterton Lakes (Alberta, Canada) National Parks.

Photographic opportunities included wild horses, black bear cubs, a wolf on an elk carcass, grebes, nursing moose calves, cinnamon black bear cub, coyote pups and majestic mountain vistas.

Swiftcurrent Creek at Sunrise, Glacier National Park, Montana

 

Hungry Wolf

Hungry Wolf, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

 

Denver to Glacier (and Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Waterton Lakes) National Park Image Collection

 

 

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~ by richardseeley on June 26, 2014.

3 Responses to “Denver to Glacier National Park”

  1. très jolie photo du soleil levant au Montana !! Nous sommes impatients de vous voir.

  2. Rich, That was one nice photographic trip! Really fun places to go and take photos. How difficult was it to get that close to the wild horses? I’ve seen a PBS show about them and always thought  it would exciting to see them. Nice work Rich, Rod

  3. Hi Rich, I love the photos, both the scenery and wildlife. I especially like the one of the duck with all the lines of ripples. The fam will be coming Aug 6th for 10 days. Can’t wait! Wish you could be here, too! Love, Cuz

    Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2014 21:10:42 +0000 To: dsgilb@msn.com

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