Glacier National Park Photo Gallery

Robert Zavadil, Photographer
Photographer's Self Portrait
Self Portrait
Living in the Flathead Valley, landscape photographer Robert Zavadil has the opportunity to visit Glacier National Park frequently during every season.  He has chosen this place and focused his life around it.  Although the park has taken on a special significance for him, as evidenced in his photography, it is no more inherently beautiful or meaningful than any other place on earth.  What makes a place special is the way it buries itself inside the heart, not whether it is flat or rugged or wild or tame.  Every place is elevated by the love and respect shown toward it, and by the way in which its riches are received.

What Robert receives from the Park, he attempts to give back to others through his photography.  Whether he has chosen to capture the close-up detail of a small wildflower or the grandeur of a panoramic view from a mountain summit, his resulting photographic prints are stunning.  While working with conventional film photography for years, Robert currently works exclusively with a digital camera and performs all of his image editing using Picture Window.

Photographer Protrait Every Thursday throughout the year Robert can be found with a group of other 70 year olds, referred to locally as 'The-Over-the-Hill-Gang', hiking, climbing and skiing among the peaks in and around Glacier.  Should you come and visit Glacier and spend any time on it's trails on a Thursday, there is a good chance that you will encounter members of 'The Gang'.

Photo by Bill Harris
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