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Photographer finds Cabinet Mountains in full glory

The Bull River, near the giant cedars, with Ibex and Little Ibex peaks (Cabinet Mountains Wilderness) in the background. (Jaime Johnson)
The Bull River, near the giant cedars, with Ibex and Little Ibex peaks (Cabinet Mountains Wilderness) in the background. (Jaime Johnson)

MOUNTAINS — The Cabinet Mountains near Libby, Mont., were beaming in all their glory Tuesday.

“This is the Bull River, near the giant cedars, with Ibex and Little Ibex peaks in the background,” said Montana outdoor photographer Jaime Johnson.

He was out for a little fresh air, and it looks as though he found it — along with some clouds rather than plumes from fires.

“I’m hoping the smoke is on the way out,” he said. “I’m tired of the smoke.”




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Rich Landers writes and photographs stories for a wide range of outdoors coverage, including a Sunday feature section and a Thursday column. He also writes the Outdoors Blog.


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