I spent an evening revisiting 5000 photos or so from an old road trip. I ended up deleting two out of every three images, both to make way for the future and because they were awful images. Photography can be a microcosm of life, and life is funny. Once I sat at home and uploaded all 5000 or so, probably rubbing my hands together thinking of all the great images I'd made. Now, I wonder what the hell I was thinking. You never know what treasures are up around the bend, or how poor the view may seem on the way back. I found one or two gems like this one in my scavenging.
Taken on a damp, foggy and utterly sublime pre-dawn adventure in the Northern Rockies. Going to the Sun Road, Glacier National Park.