Here is one of the images I am creating a print of. It's an evening picture of Haystack Creek Falls along the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park, taken just as the sun was highlighting the peaks of the Garden Wall above.
This beautiful waterfall cascades down the western side of the Garden Wall, and spills under a stone bridge. It is seems terraced, as if it were man made (it's not).
The Going-to-the-Sun Road is voted one of America's most scenic roads year after year. If you haven't visited the area, I highly recommend you do so. And don't forget to take your camera!
You will need a wide angle lens (this was shot at 24mm), and if shooting in evening light as I did, a 2-stop graduated neutral density filter.
More images of this area can be viewed on my website at www.mountainscenes.com/glacier.html.
As always, thanks for viewing!