122 views on 12/6/11.
As you can see, Glacier National Park (Montana, USA) is starting to recover from the devastating Robert Fire, which decimated the western portion of the Park. The Robert Fire of 2006 started in the Canyon Creek drainage on the west side of the Northfork of the Flathead River. High winds allowed it to jump the river into the Park. For weeks, we had our belongings packed, waiting for an evacuation order. Although the fire came within a mile of our home, we never had to leave it.
I’m entering this in the Driftwood/Dead Trees challenge in the Beach, River and Lake Treasures group.
This photo was taken at the Camas Creek entrance to Glacier Park, August 12, 2011 with a Kodak EasyShare Z712 IS camera.
ExposureTime – 1/640 seconds
ISOSpeedRatings – 64
ApertureValue – F 3.25
FocalLength – 22.20 mm
SceneCaptureType – Landscape