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Log Home Photo Club

A group dedicated to beautiful photography - and the people behind the lens. Post your favorite landscape, nature, pet and (of course!) log home photos here. Or, just join for the fun of it!

Website: http://www.loghomeu.com/photo
Members: 25
Latest Activity: Aug 20, 2013

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Comment by Alan Ligertwood on April 21, 2009 at 4:45pm


not quite a Log ..but a very old tree stump that just looked ....right
Comment by Howard mock on April 13, 2009 at 12:42am

Comment by Howard mock on April 13, 2009 at 12:40am
hi all,
i started going kinda goofy taking bark pictures, this one in a cemetery just after a very intense fog "storm" last december. kinda odd for log home folks as this is the stuff we strip off, but it sure has a lot of character before that happens.
Comment by Alan Ligertwood on December 17, 2008 at 7:09pm

Hi! this is just the spot for me I think ..I take a camera with me as much as possible ..as as images just pop out from nowhere sometimes..when I was biking home from my girlfreinds one evening this veiw was caught at the right time ... :)
Comment by Tom Heatherington on September 5, 2008 at 11:45am

Some of the most beautiful landscapes in America (IMHO) are here in NW Montana, specifically in Glacier National Park. If you take the scenic drive, 'Going To The Sun Road', there is a rest area at the top of the divide called 'Logan Pass'. From there you can park your car and take a number of hikes. You will be greeted by breathtaking scenery regardless of the trail you choose, but my favorite is the hike to 'Hidden Lake'. It is about a 3 mi. round trip, but along the way you'll see Big Horn Sheep and Mountain Goats, eagles and an assortment of smaller creatures. At times you'll also catch some bears looking to steal some lunch from fishermen :-)
At the crest of the trail, there is an observation deck that overlooks Hidden Lake, various glaciers and mountains with names like 'Two Medicine'. As I reach this spot last summer, we were joined by a very friendly mountain goat and her kid - and they didn't seem to care that we were invading their territory.
Comment by Shelley Martinez on September 3, 2008 at 9:19am
The Common Loon is one of my favorite reasons for being on the lake. This is a picture of the Loons having a "social gathering" whereby one Loon hosts the "party" and they swim in a circle and take turns peering and diving into the water. It's amazing to witness!

 

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