Snowberry (Symphoricarpos albus) clinging to the last days of summer
Apgar Lookout Trail, Glacier National Park, MT
October 9, 2015
While brilliant fall colors are normally the highlight of dreary October days here in the Pacific Northwest, there’s also something to be said about the subtle beauty of bare branches. These ghostly grays criss-crossing in a spider web of angles and arcs provide an enchanting, textured backdrop in a world that is slowly dying and preparing for winter.