The Inland Temperate Rainforest stretches from northwestern Montana to Idaho, and on to Washington. Very few people even know it exists, and it is the largest of its kind. I spent the night near this creek in -20 temperatures, and woke at dawn to achieve the image. By the time I left the creek, I could not feel my hands or feet. The lush greenery in the image hides a bone-chilling cold. Magazine/book editors, please contact Michael Hodges for licensing fees. All orders include a signed print, print number, and a how-the-photo-came-to-be story page. This page will also contain details of featured animals (if applicable).