Tuesday, October 04, 2005


Spires in the Swan

Swan Valley, Montana, originally uploaded by Bitterroot.

Continuing with spires...I do love that aspiring shape that narrows into infinity. The trees with the sharp tops are subalpine fir. This was taken in the Swan Valley in Western Montana. The Bob Marshall Wilderness Area is just on the other side of the mountain.

I love subalpine fir too. I love the many varied shapes it assumes in it's harsh environment. Did you notice how the fireweed also has a spire shape? Great photo, E!
Thank you so much, M! And yes, you're right ~ spire shapes abound here!
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