Summer hangs on in the high country of Montana's Lee Metcalf Wilderness where asters and paintbrush still bloom in early September. This sunset, reflected in a small beaver pond in the middle of Bear Basin, features beautiful, pastel shades in the sky and also on the late-summer flowers. It's a bittersweet time in Montana when the days are often still warm and insects feed on the remaining blossoms in a great frenzy. But the land is punctuated by silence - the unmistakable call of winter. Before long, a cold front ushered in on north wind will bring the year's first snow to this basin, beginning the longest season here.
This print is offered in two sizes on both archival-quality photo paper and ready-to-hang aluminum.