This is Swiftcurrent Lake, on the east side of Glacier National Park, in Montana, about five or six miles south of the Canadian border. Using a neutral density filter in weather like this might not be the way many photographers would approach this shot but I wanted to show the motion of the clouds by slowing the shutter speed down to several seconds. I hunkered down, with the camera set up with a shower cap over it, waiting for the rain to stop for just a minute, waiting to take this shot. After about an hour and a half, I got my break. As soon as the shutter clicked, the rain started again, once again patience and perseverance pay off in one of my favorite landscape images.