"Incoming Storm" - This was a great morning at Grand Teton. On this trip we were based out of Gardiner Montana - and for 3 consecutive days we got up long before the sun, grabbed hot cocoa/coffee (perfect mix in a big thermos to keep you warm and jazzed up for a long drive) and various snacks and then proceeded to guess where the ice was on a very private drive from the North part of Yellowstone NP all the way down to GT. On most days we would see a lone runner out in layers of clothing running to their own tune enjoying the park. We got to the point where we even looked for them.
On this morning we had the entire length of Yellowstone to ourselves, we didn't see a single person, car or any sign of another person on the entire trip from N to S of the park. It was quite awesome.
As to this shot, I saw this formation of clouds heading in and just knew it was going to be a BW image. I was waiting for the layer on the right to fill the frame as much as I wanted and the upper clouds to hold and keep some interest in the top of the frame. This single frame, this moment, was it - it was worth the whole 3 days of journeys. Sometimes the best things take waiting for, sometimes it is days, sometimes years. I hope you enjoy.
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