Field Reports

Glacier National Park Fall Workshop 2017

George Theodore, October 9, 2017

What do you do when there’s smoke from forest fires on top of which you get rain and snow?  Why you get up, go out and shoot. This year’s Glacier National Park Fall workshop presented numerous challenges that forced us to think out of the box. For the most part, the winds cooperated by keeping smoke from Glacier’s west side fires away from us and, unable to go over to the west side, we were limited to east of Logan Pass. With few opportunities to photograph the “grand landscape”, our group excelled at making lemonade from lemons. Here’s a sampling of their work: