Bry Cox, Glacier SeptembEr 2016

Me and a couple friends went up to Montana and Glacier National Park and being a photographer, I'm always seeing great photos and I know it's annoying for others to constantly stop while I shoot. So while driving 'The Road to the Sun,' I stood out of the sunroof to photograph. I loved the full 360º view, the refreshing cold air, and it gave me a chance to shoot these motion blur images.

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We drove higher into the fog to begin our 9 mile hike. We couldn't have picked a better day with the weather creating so much drama in the sky.

We hiked the Highline Trail which hugs the mountain about 100 feet above the Road to the Sun. And for the first quarter mile, the fog hid the bottom of the drop from our view.

Soon we were out of the fog, and the views with the low clouds were spectacular.

The fall colors were out early, and with the low fog, I shot a lot of panoramas.

We watched a mountain goat in the distance, the white spec on the mountains on the right. The next two images zoom in.
I zoomed in and you can see one even better. He's in the right corner, about a third up and a quarter over.
And here is a close up (well as close as I could get with my lens zoomed all the way out and while shooting off-hand).
We had a different weather pattern on the hike back.

And we ended the day with some driving and exploring through the park.

One more photo of me shooting out of the sunroof as we drove up, and below is a short video of moving clouds.

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