My family spent several days at Lyman Lake in the Uinta Mountains of Utah. Most of the days were overcast, making for some pretty dreary photography, but one of the evenings had breaks in the clouds so I took advantage with several shots.
It was my turn to make dutch oven dinner so my options for photography were pretty limited. I had already scouted a spot near the lake that would work in a pinch if there was anyone on the lake and, to my luck, there was.
Normally I would have used a polarizing filter but my filter for the lens I used broke a couple of weeks ago. I had forgotten to order one before this trip and I regretted it. I think I would have had more detail in the clouds and contrast in the valley.