Glacier National Park, Montana
September 15, 201629.3 mm: ISO 200: f/5.0: 1/4 sec.
After shooting the sunrise, I decided to explore the park a little on my own. That included doing the hike to St. Mary Falls. The hike there was really boring. Mainly just hiking through burnt out trees without much of a view. St. Mary Falls was a fun little waterfall that fed into a beautiful river that was an amazing shade of blue and sat beneath a tall mountain. It was really beautiful once I got there and the hike from here to Virginia Falls was amazing.
To make this image, i crawled down the rocks and set up my tripod right at the edge of the water. I opened up the aperture to get a shutter speed that would show the movement of the water without losing the definition.