DANO Pendygrasse

odds and ends from an unusual life

a branch

I love going through photos. It's like going mining for gold and every once in awhile you remember a shot that warrants a closer look. This came from Revelstoke earlier this season. There was a mid-mountain layer of ice mist that stayed put pretty much the whole time we were there, and with a lack of wind all these perfect snowflakes accumulated on everything. About 100 vertical feet before breaking through to the sun, there was beautiful diffused light, and crystals hanging in the air. It was a really unique feeling.