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This capture started my week off with a bang. I was already in love with Glacier NP and I probably looked like a goat chasing these mountain goats with my camera. I have never seen them before in my life but when I was growing up on the farm, we raised goats and I loved them like my friends. I just wished these guys would let you come up to pet them, especially the little ones who were so cute.

Joe Rossbach and I were shooting in this proximity when we joke about how great it would be if one of the goats would come over and give us a pose on that rock. We were just about to pack up and leave when we saw this one heading over. At first I kept distance thinking the goat wasn’t going to stay too long so I started shooting about 20 yards back. Joe was getting very close and in my amazement, the goat didn’t move, so I hurried up as close as I can keeping in mind I wanted to capture that background scene. I can’t thank that goat enough for starting my week off with a bang. The most  photograph image at Glacier National Park, Goose Island, but it's usually from the top of the hill. I really like this shot close to the shoreline better. Beautiful blue crystal glacier waters of Swift Current Lake. I was on a trip to shoot a wedding in Baden Baden, Germany, and while driving around the beautiful country side of Karlsruhe, I was presented with this fantastic wheat field that was turning into pure gold. Southern Germany was absolutely gorgeous! Thanks to Marty McBrooom who paid for my 1-hour helicopter ride with the doors off. It was the most exhilarating views I have ever witness. I did not envision the sights from the top would be so spectacular but it definitely changed my thinking about future helicopter rides. Lake McDonald in view, that lake is 14 miles long. Thanks to Marty McBrooom who paid for my 1-hour helicopter ride with the doors off. It was the most exhilarating views I have ever witness. I did not envision the sights from the top would be so spectacular but it definitely changed my thinking about future helicopter rides. Hidden Lake in view. Take a look at my "King of the mountains" picture and you'll see a different perspective of this lake. Thanks to Marty McBrooom who paid for my 1-hour helicopter ride with the doors off. It was the most exhilarating views I have ever witness. I did not envision the sights from the top would be so spectacular but it definitely changed my thinking about future helicopter rides. Virginia Falls, one of the must see falls in Glacier. I was in the water close to my waist at this distance but I was really trying to be in front of the small cascades for this shot. The depth of the water is deceptive because it's so clear and quite freezing I might add. I was only able to get 3 shots off before my body said enough. Swiftcurrent Lake Joe, Alex, Yin and I were coming back from shooting 'Triple Falls' when this beautiful sunset was bursting on the scene. Joe was soak, cold and was ahead of the group and had no desire to stop for this one. I couldn't resist throwing my tripod down and grabbing several shots. I wasn't looking for any composition, just trying to capture the burst of light. Bernard Chen on 500px