One from my archives. I took this image several years ago in eastern Oregon. In late winter the willow and dogwood brush in the wetlands turns bright red and orange. Sunrise light was filtering through mist rising from an overnight dusting of snow so everything was glowing. The use of a polarizer helped bring out the color of the wet branches. I returned to this place a year ago to find that winds had knocked down several of the trees and heavy snow pack had flattened the brush.