I saw the radar and thought that the snow front offered some potential for gaps in cloud cover for a little color to show up at sunset… it did not, it was absolutely gray. Finding a composition was challenging in the flat light so I decided to focus in on the details in the landscape. There was a small still creek which offered reflections and it was good practice with the circular-polarizer but neither the crop or tone is quite right in the two flavors below. The long exposure of some driftwood in Lake Eureka offered the most interesting and challenging image since it had started snowing by this point and it was taken 20 minutes after sunset. Focus stacked, two thirty second exposures, the lens hood (good lesson learned last time), and the new cable release were very handy.