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Soulless landscape

Soulless landscape

A friend of mine, Ed, said that he feels that every time you take a picture of something, you steal a little bit of its soul. After enough people have taken enough pictures of it, the soul is mostly all stolen away. I felt that way about the Drive to the Sun highway in Glacier National Park. Yeah, the scenery was unearthly gorgeous, but the lush forests, snow-capped mountains, and clear lakes have become so iconic that they've lost all their power to stir the emotions. To find that soul, a longer stay and more effort would have been needed.