While out for a walk one February morning. I like the way the snow sits on the leaves of this bamboo plant.
We were up to Seattle on the weekend taking advantage of a break in the weather. The nice thing is that after the rain has washed the grime from the sky, the skyline looks stunning! From Kerry Park.
This is near the entrance to Cedar Breaks National Monument which would have been a destination on our trip except it would not be open for another month. Something about snow in these higher elevations.
This handsome bull elk was foraging in the woods with his harem. They were between the road and Yellowstone Lake conveniently at a pullout, so it was easy to stay in the car and shoot through the open window.
Looking south from the vantage of UT 14, the Cedar Highway, you can enjoy great vistas south to Zion National Park, or snow squalls passing across the valley floor.
Hiking the Chain Lakes trail in the fall. The smoke from wildfires in the air adds to the layering effect of the mountains between our alpine meadow, and Mt Baker in the distance.