Glacier National Park, Montana
September 16, 201618 mm: ISO 200: f/16: 5.0 secs.
Another stop in my packed trip to Glacier National Park was sunset at Swiftcurrent Lake. Unsurprisingly, we didn’t get any good clouds again. There was a nice glow left by the sun after it vanished behind the mountains. Combined with a long exposure for smooth water, I felt like it created a pleasing image. I used my Luzid combination four-stop ND/circular polarizer filter to smooth out the choppy water. I liked it because it still left just just the shapes of a few ripples in the water. Unfortunately, there was nothing I could do about the blurry bush. I tried taking a faster exposure and masking it in, but I could not get it to look natural at all.