This time of year, there's just something about the snowy sawtooth ridgelines of the Selway-Bitterroot and Mission Mountain ranges.
They define the valleys of Western Montana and the identities of its people and culture. Their presence is felt through humbling grace and divine indifference. They are the gateways to some of the wildest, most rugged, and predator-populated wilderness areas in the US. They are also really pointy and look great with snow and winter light.