Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Rocky Mountain Front Discovery Tour
The Rocky Mountain Front in Montana, the area from roughly Rogers Pass north to Glacier National Park is the subject of the Discovery Tour. Recently the Coalition to Protect the Rocky Mountain Front teamed up with several others to sponsor the "Rocky Mountain Front Discovery Tour." The Tour was meant to showcase the unique outdoor recreation, cultural and physical qualities the Front offers. Many years of conservation activities have culminated in a place where grizzly bears still come on to the prairie, elk, deer and wolves are free to roam and blankets of wildflowers bloom freely every spring and summer.
The folks that put on the Tour and who created the Discovery Guide asked me if I would help them by presenting some of my photographs during the Tour. I was more than happy to help. In response to that request, I produced this video/slideshow of the Rocky Mountain Front. It contains some short video, a lot of photographs of local people, outstanding landscapes, and wildlife. I hope you take a minute to watch this video and if you find it interesting share your thoughts with me and share the video with your friends!
I hope you all are having a great spring! It's finally warming up here in Glacier National Park and I'm anxious to get out and get some spring photographs.
Thank you, Tony