Painting is just another way of keeping a diary ~Pablo Picasso

Monday, August 4, 2014

Weeping Wall

Plenty of waterfalls in Glacier National Park. As you near Logan Pass on the Going to the Sun Road, one interesting waterfall is called the Weeping Wall.  The water leaks out from the rocky wall on one of the narrower sections of the road over about a 50 foot span.  And in fact, the bottom edge of the picture is the outside edge of the road for the downhill traffic.  There were so many places along this road where scenic turnouts have been built, but for some reason, not in front of the weeping wall, so we stopped just long enough to take a quick photo before heading up to the pass. 

3 comments:

barbara judge said...

I wonder if the Weeping Wall is active all year round? Such falls are beautiful to see -- I imagine that the roadway could get icy in cold weather with all this water. Nice photo - - barbara

TexWisGirl said...

it's just beautiful!

Joe said...

The perfect title for this image. Long exposure photography is one of my very favoutites.