Logan Pass Wildflowers - Glacier National Park
It had been four years since I was last here, and what I remember of that trip was that Logan Pass was pretty gray and rocky. Lots of mountains, sure, but otherwise colorless except for some trees and grasses. This year, we got lucky - it rained for five days before we arrived and it turned everything green. Then the wildflowers came out with a vengeance - not sure what all their names are, but I see at least 4 different types in this shot. Man alive, it was beautiful up there!
Focal Length: 14mm
Shutter Speed: 1/15 second
Exposure Compensation: -1.0 EV
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