As day fades to night, the last light reflects off the clouds bathing Lake McDonald and Glacier National Park in subtle tones of blue and purple.
Shadow Falls, Idaho
Staring up at this waterfall pour the winter's snowmelt downstream, feeling the mist on your face, and the sounds filling your ears, you can't help but reflect on the cyclical nature of the world. This tranquil little spot will be frozen again before long, covered in water it had previously delivered to the valley below, only to start the cycle again.
A Lone Tree on the Palouse, Washington
The setting sun throws its last rays of light across the Palouse, turning to gold all that sits in its path.
Sunset Reflection Off the Cabinet Mountains, Montana
The setting sun paints broad strokes of pink across clouds hovering over the Cabinet Mountains while the Bull River presents a perfect reflections. A gentle reminder of the uniqueness of each moment.
Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho
Looking north over Idaho's largest lake as the light transforms the day into a pastel evening, painting away the stress and worries with each brush stoke.
Upper Snow Creek Falls, Idaho
The cool mist sweeps across your face as the cascading water swirls and dances through the rocks with perfect choreography, drawing you in, enhancing how deeply connected to the elements we are.
Washington's Palouse Swept in Early Morning Light
The Palouse and sun have a very special relationship. Not only does the sun provide the energy to grow the crops that feed, it also paints an ever-changing display of shadow and tone that combine through the seasons offering stark contrast to the past and future.
Palouse Falls, Washington
Lake McDonald, Montana facing Glacier National Park
The sun sparks brilliant reflections of light off the snow covered peaks of Glacier National Park as it peeks through the clouds before tucking behind the mountains, taking the day with it.
Lower Snow Creek Falls, Idaho
Chattering away, leaving a rising trail of swirling mist in its wake, Lower Snow Creek Falls winds through lush forest as it rushes toward the valley floor, delivering another year's offerings from above.
Fern Falls, Idaho
Green Bay, Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho
Palouse River Canyon, Washington
Ibex Peak, Cabinets, Montana
St. Joe River, Idaho
Roman Nose Lake, Idaho
Old Barn, Rathdrum, Idaho
Ravaged by time, this old barn resiliently stands as the prairie is swept around it by an incoming storm.
Lower Snow Creek Falls II
Cooks Lake, Idaho
Old Tree High in the Selkirks, Idaho
Palouse Falls and Canyon at Sunset
There is so much to life we can learn from water. How to just flow with things, yet be relentless in chasing your path. Water can be as soft as a cloud and still retain the power to carve canyons.