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Lens On Montana
 July 23 through October 1, 2004

Photography by D. Linnell Blank Photograph by Peter Edland
Photograph by Ed Gilliland
Photograph by Faith Howard Photograph by Frank Vestey
Clockwise from top left: D. Linnell Blank, Peter Edland, Ed Gilliland, Faith Howard, and Frank Vestey

Lens on Montana is an exhibit showcasing over 75 photographs by members of the Glacier Camera Club, the Flathead Valley's society of professionals and amateurs of all ages. The club has been in existence since 1988, and today has over 30 active members. 
While half of members use conventional film for their photographs, the other half of the club has followed the rest of the country by using digital images to produce their photographs. True to their club name, the landscape of Glacier National Park is a popular topic in the images on view. 

Photographers include: Trevon Baker, Margaret D. Baylinson, Joe R. Beck, D. Linnell Blank, Steve Carlisle, Linda K. Christensen, David Clough, Brenda Corbin, Dani Dobyns, Peter Edland, David Filler, Myrna J. Fleming, E.B. Gilliland, Steven Gnam, Kenneth Good, James Haring, Faith Howard, Robert Howard, Roy Jacobson , Jesse Malone Jr., John Martineau, George McFarland, Rosella Mosteller, Jim Peterson, Rebecca Rapelje, Steven Rapelje, Keith Robinson, Tim Rubbert, Bruce Ruby, Mike Spence, Jeanne Tallman, and Frank Vestey.


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