This teardrop-shaped cluster of trees is found off of Bunny Flat Trail on Mount Shasta, California. Heavy snow was falling the day this was taken, which created an atmospheric, foggy mood.
At the end of a corridor of thick trees was this mountain hemlock. Earlier in the day, cross-country skiers had created tracks to it, which you can see in the foreground.
This triangular-shaped cluster of trees is found on the way to Horse Camp, where there's a small hut named Shasta Alpine Lodge that's owned by the Sierra Club. It serves as a base camp for those climbing Mount Shasta.
These trees sit in an opening called Avalanche Gulch on Mount Shasta, which as the name implies, is hit by occasional avalanches.
Slightly off of Bunny Flat Trail is this group of trees that look like parents standing beside their child.