I have posted this photo a little ways back, but felt like posting it for the photo critique if it's worthy of that. Story of the photo: Me and a friend headed up to Shenandoah for a photo taking evening. We tried a new trail neither of us had done before, and boy was it steep! We were rewarded with an awesome rock field all to ourselves at the end. This rock stood out greatly to me so I pretty much stuck with a similar composition to this from the get go as it seemed obvious to me as I really like the texture in the lichen and such. I was straddling a gap between a couple rocks waiting for the clouds to come, so that was fun. The one big cumulus cloud I wanted in the shot, never made it into the scene, but the other clouds still caught some light from the sun and this is the shot I ended up with. However I took it in September so I don't remember exactly what I was thinking. What's everyones thoughts? Canon RP, EF 16-35 f/4 @16mm, f/14, 1/20th, ISO 250 and I use Canons Digital photo professional and photoshop (usually) to edit.