Sunrise at Logan Pass, Glacier National Park
I often drag the family along to experience the amazing places I get to shoot in. But, they are not able to keep (or interested in keeping) the exhausting pace I set. What typically happens is that I get up early for an AM shoot and return late morning to pick up the rested rest of the family. We then hike/explore (actually scouting for the next photo location, but don't tell them), shoot more seriously somewhere in the late day golden hour (they often read in the SUV), eat a late meal, return to the lodge, backup/clean up and hit the bed exhausted. Then do it again the next day. There are very few things I would rather do.
Camera and Lens Settings
24mm f/5.6 30s ISO 125 5616 x 3744px