To me, the early-summer rain falling above Elbow Lake in the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness, looks more like the gathering of souls. This is a haunting photograph of a remote, alpine lake deep in the Montana backcountry. It has a hopeful ray of sun in the foreground, an icy-blue lake recently freed from ice, and a weather event in the background I've only seen a time or two in the mountains -- curtains of rain falling, but not reaching the ground. It made the long walk - over fresh grizzly bear tracks - well worth while.
This piece of art measures 48x70 inches, large enough to anchor any wall. Printed on the world's finest aluminum, it is signed and numbered and limited to an edition size of 5 total prints.