Memories of a cloud-shrouded Mt. Gould from a few summers ago. I took this photo on my way across Swiftcurrent Lake in Glacier National Park. A ferry boat took us across Swiftcurrent and another ferry at Lake Josephine which led to the Grinnell Glacier trail. Oh how convenient!
From our campsite in Arcane Meadows I was awoken with the words “You should come check out this sunrise.” I had spent most of the night fighting for sleep in the cold, but this breathtaking sunrise view from camp was beyond worth the night’s struggles. Photo from my 2015 hike up to Telescope Peak, Death Valley National Park.
A Yellow-bellied marmot stands it’s ground on the mountain side. Picture taken in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Two lone pines show their tenacity in Rocky Mountain National Park. I liked both pictures equally, so I juxtaposed them.
Here’s an old Bristlecone pine tree off the Telescope Peak trail. Some of the trees in the area are reported to be 4,000 years of age. I was quite pleased with the opportunity to photograph the mountain side at sunrise.
Morning shot of Telescope Peak from camp in Arcane Meadows.
A gloomy view of Heaven’s Peak.