Jackson Glacier

On our way home we detoured a bit and visited Wateron-Glacier National Park, used to be just Glacier National Park. We drove up as far as Logan Pass on the “Road to the Sun”. Just before arriving at the pass we entered a cloud bank that made it impossible to see anything so we started back down. Below are three images of Jackson Glacier taken with the Nikon V3 and Nikon 28-300mm zoom lens. I hope you like them?

The first image is about like it would appear to the naked eye, no binoculars or any assistance. Like an 85mm lens. It is quite a distance away.

This image is with a medium length lens, about 300mm. These image are from a Nikon V3 camera with a Nikon 28-300mm lens but the camera has a 2.7 crop factor which allows one to really “reach out there”.

To get this image of the face of Jackson Glacier the lens was set to 190mm which on the V3 equated to about 513mm. This gave me this image.

About ozarksphotos

Traveling photographer of scenic, wildlife, birds, wild flowers and other things that interest me. I also have a Web site with many images taken in North America. OzarksPhotos.com .
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