Last year in Yellowstone the weather was miserable, as apparently it is often in the Springtime. As day came to evening, I got in the car and made a beeline for this geyser area praying (maybe a silly thing to pray for, but it was sincere on my part) for a potential clearing in the sky at sunset. As soon as I got to the parking lot, it poured raining, like, poured. But I was there, so I figured why not, and walked quickly up the boardwalk to a spot that seemed good. Then the magic started to happen, and I hope I captured at least some of it. I tried using the leading line of the hot spring to lead up to the mountains. The clouds complied and somewhat continued the line the hot springs formed. I am thankful for that experience, but I would love some honest critique on this. It's not a place I get to go just anytime, and I hope to go back again sooner than later! This was taken with a Canon T2i, 10-18mm EF-s lens @16mm, f/16, 1/13th, ISO-100.