Fall is one of my favorite times of year . . . The colors are dramatic, the temperatures are cool, and the air is so crisp and refreshing you can taste it in your mouth.
Below is a time lapse I shot from the shore of Two Medicine Lake in Glacier National Park. The clouds were beautiful and there was just enough breeze to offer a slight ripple, from time to time on the lake. I'd like to thank my good friend Jack Gladstone for the wonderful music that accompany's this time lapse video of the sun rise over Two Medicine lake in Glacier National Park. To hear more of Jacks work visit his website @ http://jackgladstone.com .
Two Medicine Lake, is located at the end of the road up the Two Medicine Valley. It's accessible from going through East Glacier, past the Glacier Impressions Gallery (it's open from June though August). That is Sinopah Mountain in the distance. It took me about an hour and a half to shoot this time lapse, I used about 1800 individual frames to complete the video. . .
If you watch closely you might see two things that are not so obvious, one is more so than the other. Watch it one time first, then come back and read what I think are the two interesting things that happen in this time lapse that you may not have seen the first time you watched it. Why not post your guess if you found something you think is interesting or unusual. . .
Okay, so I hope you watched it. What did you see? Anything special? Let me know! Take a guess and I'll be back in a few days to tell you the two things that I'll bet you missed . . .
In the meant time, don't forget to get outside and smell the freshness of fall! Follow us on twitter @tonybynum or facebook @ tonybynumphotography . . .
Cheers, Tony Bynum