The Northern Lights, (Aurora borealis), pulse and sway in a silent slow dance across the midnight skies above Lake McDonald, in Glacier National Park.
Chief Mountain stands sentinel over a horse feeding peacefully in the last rays of evening on the rolling plains.
Behind the lens.
This mountain is sacred to many people, but especially to the Blackfeet People, who call it, “Ninaistako.”
Rays of sunlight reach through the clouds to spotlight a fall aspen grove and the snow-dipped Livingston Mountain Range in Glacier National Park, Montana.