Mount Carter looms through a passing storm above Bowman Lake in northwestern Glacier National Park a couple of weeks ago.
After a wet start, our summer has taken a dramatic turn for the drier. Storms these days may bring only desiccating wind and lightning, further exacerbating an already-dry landscape and bringing us into a very early fire season. Our thoughts and best wishes extend to all of those affected by the extreme forest fires burning around Bozeman and throughout the West.
This is beautifully haunting. Lovely.