I'd posted this back last year shortly after I took it but figured I'd throw it up again for possible critique since it's about silhouettes and backlit, etc. I'll probably repost 1 or 2 others since I haven't really taken a ton of photos lately. This is from snake river in Grand Teton National park. The story behind the shot is that it was PACKED. In fact there was a guy just to the left of this image and i barely cut him out. I handheld it, 'cuz I'm different haha. I like a tripod but I guess since I exposed for the sky I didn't need it really. Compositionally I just like things to not 'touch' so I tried to get the grasses to 'outline' the mountains in the reflection. Somewhat of a rule of thirds deal with the placement of the peaks. Of course I wanted the blaze of red sky in there and reflection. It was a stunning sky and I hope I captured it decently. This was the very last night of the trip, glad to have gotten out there, then got some Chinese food, which was pretty good by the way. Thanks. Canon RP, EF 16-35 f/4 @ f/8, 1/13th, ISO 400, 31mm, in camera crop 4:3 ratio. This is the JPEG from camera, just brightened slightly and shrunk for web I think.