Mount-Gould

Many Glacier Hotel on the Shores of Swiftcurrent Lake by thor_mark  on Flickr.

Looking to Mount Gould and the Continental Divide (Glacier National Park) by thor_mark  on Flickr.

Grinnell Point (Day 4) by Mark Stevens
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Blues and greens!

The Blues of a Mountain View (Glacier National Park) by thor_mark  on Flickr.

Mount Gould and a View to the Continental Divide (Glacier National Park) by thor_mark  on Flickr.

Moon over Mount Gould by Mark Stevens
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During a late afternoon walk around Swiftcurrent Lake. With the trees around and mountains below, it seemed to just frame the moon making its way across the skies.

Used Gala Edge Pelletizing System Consisting of the Following Pieces:

SMUP-6D Cutting Head, 5 HP AC Motor, 10 Knife Single Row Cutting Hub, 12 Hole Die Plate, Water-Box, Site-Glass, Misc. Piping, S/N 942584, 1994 Vintage.

Gala Edge 2008E Spin Dryer, 1800 RPM Rotor, 5.5 HP Motor, 400 CFM Make-Up Air Blower with ¼ HP Weg Motor, Model 4 Agglomerate Catcher, S/N 10900757, 2009 Vintage.

Gale Edge 1000 Tempered Water System, Immersion Heater, 6” Dia. x 30” L Vertically Mounted Heat Exchanger, Goulds Model 3656 Recirculation Pump with 5 HP Baldor Motor, 40” L x 24” W x 38” H Stainless Steel Water Holding Tank, S/N 10900757, 2009 Vintage.

Gala Edge PLC Control Panel, Siemens Simatic Touch Screen Panel, Siemens Micromaster 420 AC Inverter Drive for Cutting Head, 100 AMPS, 460/3/60, S/N 10900757, 2009 Vintage.

Additional Parts Included:  28” x 24” x 10” Stainless Water Tank, Goulds Pump with 1.5 HP Motor, 5” Dia. x 18” L Heat Exchanger.

Approximate Dimensions and Weight:

Cutting Head: 40" L x 30" W x 46" H
Water System: 78" L x 56" W x 80" H
Misc Parts: 60"L  x 48" W x 80" H
3,000 LBS

The Same, but Different by Kevin Benedict Photography The upper reaches of Mount Gould, Grinnell Point and Mount Wilbur alight with alpenglow and reflect in the still waters near the rocky shore of Swiftcurrent Lake, Many Glacier, Glacier National Park, Montana.

This is the same scene as an earlier post from my visit last fall to Many Glacier, but taken some minutes earlier. When recently going back through my old photos from this favorite place, I started liking this earlier version more and more so I though I would share. I really like the bright orange-red alpenglow just having reached the highest parts of the mountains while cool colors dominate the rest of the scene, and to me the little wisp of dawn fog arcing up in front of Grinnell Point in the center of the frame adds a nice subtle touch.

Explored on 8/30/2015. Thanks for visiting! http://flic.kr/p/xZbFte