Winter plants, dried stems and flower heads, stand in the snow at the base of the Elk Mountains, at an altitude of 9,521 feet, this area receives large amounts of snow each winter. Averaging 295 inches per season. And while the snow was late this year, by December 21st, the region had seen considerable accumulation.
This is Alpine Solstice V. A new collection of winter photographs from Lincoln Schatz Studio. See the full series here.