Taken in Cambodia as sun was setting. ISO 100, f8, 1/100. I was walking down some stairs when I saw this composition. Had to lighten the foreground face to remove shadows and blend better with background face.
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.