Monday, December 19, 2011

National Geographic on the Hi-Line

Posted By on Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 10:30 AM

Part-time Missoula resident and award-winning photographer William Albert Allard teamed up with acclaimed Bozeman-based writer David Quammen to produce a piece on the Hi-Line for the latest issue of National Geographic magazine.

You can view Allard's photo gallery from the story here. I heard he was disappointed a shot from one of the Hi-Line's famous watering holes didn't make the final cut. Perhaps it'll make Allard's next book.

Speaking of Allard, as part of the Hi-Line package, National Geographic included a special look at his work in the West. You can read an essay written by Allard, and view an additional gallery of his images over the last 48 years.

And if you haven't already, check out Allard's recent book, Five Decades, which was published last year.

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