Lately we have been having a lot of storms come through Bozeman and have gotten a decent amount of moisture out of them, but they have also left with some boring skies. This past weekend we had a great weekend of beautiful skies and some warmer temps. It actually started to feel like Fall again and not Winter. I took advantage of the nice weather by heading up to one of my favorite haunts, Hyalite Canyon. A rather common place with Bozemanites but a very scenic one. It’s one of those canyons that is great just to drive through. This one lone Cottonwood stood out to me as I was driving by in the afternoon light. Real simple process with just a vignette to bring the eye back to the subject. It’s nice when it’s simple.
Nikon D3, 70-200 VRII, on Lexar UDMA Digital Film