On my way up Cadillac Mountain I had no plans beyond setting my GPS at the summit. I seldom plan photographs; they always present themselves and I will either be smart enough to see them or I won't. From the plastic camera I had when I was 8 to the camera obscura I made from an oatmeal box and later the transition from film to digital, I have always had to two rules: know what I am working with and don't blame the quality of my equipment for poor results or failures that I made. After taking two exposures there were nominal adjustments in Lightroom and I stitched them together for this panoramic image. The result is a good representation of what I saw and an even better memory.