Earlier this day I was driving up US 395 trying to find a good sunset location. While I was trying to come up with ideas I decided to stop by the Mono Lake visitor center and when I did, I noticed there was clouds forming over the Sierra crest and I knew where I was going to go and what the composition I had in mind when I got there. I drove into the Tioga pass and all the while I was hoping my hunch was right and the spot I wanted to shot from and my subject was going to have the light I was looking for. When I got to the location I had in mind, I parked my car, checked to make sure I knew where I wanted to set up, that the angle I wanted was correct and then waited for the fireworks to start. After about an hour, the show started and this is one of the images I captured that night at Olmsted Point inside Yosemite National Park. I wanted to capture Half Dome in the light of the setting sun and have these beautiful clouds reflect the light of the sun as it set.