February in the Northern Rockies of Idaho has experienced a remarkable mixture of winter weather. Systems from the north, south, and north and south at the same time hit the region in a line of succession over a period of two weeks. We received as much as 29 inches in less than 24 hours and 1-5 inches for seven straight days. The moisture content varied from fairly heavy to super low. While there was no Pineapple Express there were a few period were the temperature did sit a few degrees above freezing.
From a photographic standpoint the breaks in the weather systems provided a wonderful opportunity to capture images of my favorite spots in different light and color settings. Each of these images were captured within a few miles of the cabin in Stanley, Idaho on the same morning in a 90 minute period.