The Backbone of the World

In this unique aerial panoramic, melting snow across the eastern front of the Montana Rocky Mountains expose the rugged mountains and peaks of these majestic mountains. The view, lensed while flying above the South Fork of the Milk River on the First Nations Blackfeet Reservation, dramatically illustrates why these mountains were called the “Backbone of the World” by the Blackfeet over the past few centuries! For the full story on this image visit the corresponding page on Where Eagles Fly


This stunning panoramic looks amazing on your office, lobby, or home walls.

This image works well as a multiple panel piece such as this quadriptych.


Contact Zedekiah Gallery to speak with an art consultant about purchasing a limited edition print of this image.

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