Glacier Park Wide is a dialogue through one man’s eye expressing the vast freedom found in the wide open spaces of the West. For Bret Bouda, the author of “Glacier Classics”, black and white centennial book of Glacier National Park, English is his seventh language but images (24”x7” panoramic views) in his book transcend words. Escaping Communist Czechoslovakia, Bret came to America in search of freedom. In this book (and in most of his other photography work), he uses the lens of his camera to convey that freedom. Regardless of language or culture, this book imparts a profound message of beauty. It is the perfect keepsake for now and generations to come, attesting to the natural treasures compromising this spectacular region of the world.