Something every photographer has to come to grips with is that he or she can't be everywhere at once. When the light is absolutely perfect, you can only be in one location with one foreground and perspective at a time. Often, by the time you move to a different foreground opportunity the light has already faded. This was my dilemma when I photographed at dawn at Convict Lake in the Eastern Sierra Nevada of California. My solution was to visit Convict Lake on two consecutive mornings and hope that the light was equally as beautiful on both mornings. On this particular morning, I was wanting to get the submerged rocks in the foreground as a key part of the composition. The light was as beautiful on this morning as it had been the previous dawn, where I captured the scene from a different location on the lake shore. Also, the reflection was absolutely perfect and everything I had hoped for. Sometimes, things just work out for you to make up for all those times where they don't.