A cold day breaks at the head of the Lamar Valley in Yellowstone National Park. Here, winter hangs on well into April, and this March day didn't feel any different to me than most in January. The temperature was well below zero and a punctuating silence filled the air. It was hard for me to image that in less than sixty days the snow would be gone and the thin line of open water would be a raging torrent, fed by snowmelt from the high, Wyoming peaks visible in the distance.
This is offered as a limited edition of 25, printed at 15x30 and framed in Montana barn wood. It comes signed by the artist with a certificate of authenticity, and shipping is included to any of the lower 48 states.