Clouds reflect in Lower Basin Creek lake in the Beartooth mountains on a summer day. The Beartooth mountains extend from Red Lodge, Montana to the northwest corner of Wyoming near Yellowstone National Park.
The Silver Run Plateau in the Beartooth mountains forms the backdrop for Upper Basin Creek lake on a summer day. The Beartooth mountains extend from Red Lodge, Montana to the northwest corner of Wyoming near Yellowstone National Park.
Blodgett Creek drains the canyon of the same name in the Bitterroot Range of western Montana. The canyon walls rise over 2,000 feet above the creek, which runs for about 12 miles out of Blodgett Lake at the western end of the canyon.
Holland Lake reflects the early summer sky and the Swan Range. The lake sits in the Swan river drainage in the northern part of the Seeley swan valley of western Montana. Over the ridges of the Swan Range lies the Bob Marshall Wilderness.
Scattered summer clouds float over the Sierra peaks as seen from the Woods Lake Loop trail near Round Top Lake. The loop travels through the Mokelumne Wilderness, passing Round Top and Winnemucca lakes.