We’re having a beautifully stormy February day today, so it seems fitting to share another chilly set, this time from the central Washington Cascades.
All these were shot during two days of perching on a high ridge in the Glacier Peak Wilderness, repeatedly making tea and waiting for clouds to clear.
The tiger stripe patterns of the snowy slopes were fascinating.
Though it was a little past the Summer Solstice, the storm clouds were persistent, but occasionally the peaks put in an appearance, grim spines presiding over their snowy world.
Lovely. I am always looking to tease out these winter ‘sketches’ in the Icelandic landscape.