The east side of the Bridger’s is always a great place for sunrise. Yes I said sunrise not sunset, it kind of goes with that whole sun rises in the east thing. Well I often go to the back side for sunset, especially in the winter time and there is a reason for that. In winter the clouds are always a bit lower on the mountain tops as they pass from the west to the east. This tends to generate some great cloud formations as they head out into the valley. On days that are not just grey skies, it can be very beautiful. Sunday was one of those days.
- Winter Takes a Toll on the House Around Here
- What to do when the light fades?