Spring in the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia, Canada, is a splendid time for photography. It is said that you can experience all four seasons in an hour if you time your trip just right and the weather cooperates.
Here is one such picture from the shores of the Columbia River looking up at the 8,966ft Mount Begbie, in a turbulent mood as the storm crept up from behind on a blazingly bright day and hurled snow and sleet around the mountain's triple-peaked crown, turning a monochrome image into pure gold.
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