"Zack and I had talked about this spot for years," says photographer Grant Gunderson. But the patch of rainforest outside Glacier, Washington, rarely, if ever, had snow. Last season, a monster storm cycle rolled through, triggering a massive avalanche that buried highway 512 under 30 feet of snow and deposited tons of debris in the moss-covered forest. Giffin and Gunderson took full advantage of the once-in-a-lifetime situation to shoot this tree jib just off the highway. Of the storm's carnage, Gunderson says' "Most of the old locals had never seen anything like it. Neither had I."