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100 Years, 100 Days
Photography by Chris Peterson

June 15 - September 18, 2010

100 Years, 100 Days chronicles photos of Glacier National Park over 100 consecutive days, starting on May 1, 2009 by Glacier Park Magazine editor Chris Peterson. The completed project has become a traveling show in 2010 to commemorate Glacier's Centennial. Chris used a mix of film and digital cameras, including an 8 by 10 field camera, a Kodak Pocket Vest camera, circa 1909, and a Speed Graphic, among others. Chris wanted to use the cameras that would have been used over the course of the Park's 100 years. The day-to-day work was done primarily with a Nikon digital camera, since Chris only processed film about once a week due to time constraints.

Day 4

Good things on bad days

Day 7

Beavers in love
Day 8

Feeling green
Day 11

More rain
Day 14

Little birds in big bushes
Day 18

You're not a duck, either
Day 19

Wile E., you're not a chickadee
Day 32

Jackson Creek
Day 36

Disregard the calendar
Day 37

A favorite tree
Day 38

Sponsored by:
Van Kirke & Helen Nelson/Glacier Gallery

Evening clouds
Day 48

Asleep at the wheel?  Hardly!
Day 52

Butterfly evening
Day 55

An evening flight
Day 57

Sepia tones
Day 62

Cheeseburger please
Day 68

Hope, a reason to turn around
Day 70

Beargrass sunset
Day 71

Day 76

Sponsored by:
Tedrowe & Jill Watkins

Journey into the heart of Glacier's wilderness
Day 79

Sponsored by:
Glacier National Park Fund

Looking for goats, finding ducks
Day 80

Moose caffeine
Day 83

A late nester
Day 84

Sponsored by:
Lucy Smith

Mmmm, berries
Day 85

Ponderosas at dusk
Day 86

Cooling off
Day 87

Forest Primeval
Day 89

The wolf
Day 93

Sponsored by:
American Printing

Preston Park
Day 94

Sponsored by:
Flathead Beacon

100 Years, 100 days: Photography by Chris Peterson was made possible in part by the support of:

Plum Creek

American Printing

Flathead Beacon

Flathead Living Magazine

Glacier National Park Fund

Glacier Park Magazine, Chris Peterson

Van Kirke & Helen Nelson/Glacier Gallery

Lucy Smith

Tedrowe & Jill Watkins



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