I have been going through older photos lately and finding some that I hadn't processed before. I plan on sharing a few here as I go through them. This is the first one - taken on my weekly commute through the lonely and beautiful stretch between Fort Peck and Billings a couple of winters ago. My drives were time lapse snapshots of a landscape in transition as it slowly blended into spring from one of the harshest winters in many years. The Golden Eagles starting to become more prevalent in late February and their gargoyle shapes topped many on the buttes and rocky outcrops along my route.