To this day I cannot open my mind up enough to see the sleeping beauty in Sleeping Beauty Mountain; I just cannot, no matter haw hard I try. With the awesome weather we are getting, I wanted to get some snowy mountain shots with clear blue skies. It has been cloudy for so long that this is the first time I could get a clear shot of the mountains with their snowy tops, in the mornings, when the light was right. Right now, as I look at Sleeping Beauty Mountain, all I can see is the big cavity on top of it.
They say, the weather prognosticators, that we are in for at least a week’s worth of clear weather in the days to come. Makes me happy, as long as I do not have to shovel it. I can live with the cold too. However, there is one caveat: “with the clear cold weather comes wind.” So, I am bracing for the big blow that will eventually come, and then Thorhill will live up to its reputation as the “Wind Tunnel” of the Skeena Valley. Hey, as long as I do not have to shovel it, or what does fall, nature will blow it away. LOL (praise nature)
So I challenge you to look at this image (above) and see if you can see the sleeping beauty, or any kind of person, on the mountain.