High Alpine Lake by Christin Rzasa.
Swan Rangers in NW Montana enjoyed cooler weather and rain showers during their outings this past week!
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Christin Rzasa provides our lead photo of an idylic apline lake while her husband Art draws our attention to . . .
. . . a Marmot perhaps calling attention to the surrounding mosquitos!
Art also calls our attention to an unusual color of Indian paintbrush and . . .
. . . Christin found a "planter box" of wildflowers between two boulders!
Pam Willison shows us some ripe Serviceberries and . . .
. . . low water levels in what is usually a wild section of the Swan River!
Pat Jaquith shows us a White-shouldered bumble bee on a Prairie gentian flower . . .
. . . a Fork-tailed bush katydid and . . .
. . . a Three-toed woodpecker!
In our parting shots, Keith Hammer shows how much bigger the sun's light makes the moon look, at least until one . . .
. . . zooms in on it!