This project was completed last summer, but the images are still breathtaking. 100 days In Glacier National Park is a blog chronicling photos of Glacier National Park over 100 consecutive days, starting on May 1, 2009 by Glacier Park Magazine editor Chris Peterson. 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. The idea was to use the cameras that would have been used over the course of the Park's 100 years. The blog is an endless parade of gasp-inducing photos that make me want to 1) take a lot of photography classes, 2) give up the rat race and move to the mountains, and 3) abandon this post and go for a hike. But instead I will just post these photos. There are a lot because I couldn't stop looking at them!