The problem with this photo is it's one of hundreds just like it taken that day. In a year there will be thousands taken from this spot. Just google wild goose island and you'll see what I mean. It's just not special.
Not far away in Glacier National Park is McDonald Creek. You won't find as many images of McDonald Creek. It's a pretty place and most people will stop at the over look pull offs and check out the creek before jumping back in the car and heading up the road. We spent part of two days exploring the creek and taking pictures of the various subjects (photos of McDonald Creek and Lake in my gallery). On one of those days we stopped to sit by the creek and just enjoy the scenery and sounds of the water flowing over the rocks. The water was low enough that I was able to wade into the creek and discover the creek bed was covered with smooth multicolored stones. I had an idea - take a picture looking straight down at the stones with a fast shutter speed to capture the ripples in the water.
Sometimes we need to slow down and look around. Take all of creation in. Sometimes the prettiest picture is right under our feet!