Last week, a friend of mine (Scott Allan) and I met to go on a winter adventure to take some photos. We had heard of a crystal cave somewhere near Big Sky, and decided to try and find it. Well... what an interesting day it turned out to be. We found the crystal cave, and hiked all the way up to it (realizing at the top that the possibility of some kind of animal living in it was rather more likely than we had anticipated) in nearly waist-deep snow. At the top it became apparent rather quickly that there was NO WAY we would be able to climb into it. We tried to hold the camera on a tripod and take a photo of the inside, which was hilariously unsuccessful. On to the next spot!
We spent a good amount of time hiking back down the hill and to the car, where we decided to venture along the Gallatin River through the canyon, and stop to take some photos there. After another hour or two, lunch was necessary, and the adventure was brought to an end. All-in-all, I didn't get too many good shots, but it was great to be back out shooting again. And, as always, it was nice to spend time with a good friend - Thanks for the adventure and lunch, Scott!