The closest thing I have found to an ocean out here in Montana, is Flathead Lake. Unlike the endless horizon I was accustomed to back in New Jersey, the eastern shoreline is flanked by the Mission Mountain range. This makes for quite the mindful morning scene. A 4am wakeup call at the Flying J truck stop in Missoula, Montana, followed by an hour drive to the north, led me to the southern shore of Flathead lake. As the dog excitedly chased seagulls around, I found myself patiently awaiting the arrival of the sun. The light grew brighter, as I positioned my camera as low as I could to the rocky shoreline. I captured closed to thirty photographs, with this one being the winner. While I didn't capture the sun in her full essence, I did manage to catch a glimpse of her radiance.
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