Yesterday’s hike to Iceberg Lake in Glacier National Park. The beargrass (Xerophyllum tenax) only blooms every five years (or longer!) so we were happy to experience it! The beargrass jumps out of the landscape because they are bright white, bulbous, and about two to three feet tall. They are positively alien-like, particularly when spread through a dense forest. They remind me of the Kodama spirits from Princess Mononoke. Very cool hike.
(Finally!) have some photos up from Glacier National Park, the most photogenic place I’ve ever been to. It’s difficult to point your camera — any camera —, press the shutter and get a bad photo.