This still garners my label of "favorite" and not so much for the photograph but for the effort and scouting it took to be in position for what was a 5 minute window of opportunity. As I was driving on the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park I spotted a remote waterfall high up on the mountain side that seemed like it would offer a photography opportunity around sunset. As I returned to this location my final night in Glacier a major storm moved in. Nevertheless, I climbed 1000 feet up the mountain side being rained on the entire way and using whatever foliage I could for hand grips. Upon arrival I perched around a small rock ledge and began to wait. I waited for around 2 hours with the storm continually changing directions and blowing the waterfall into my face and raining on me at times. Then for 5 minutes, a whole in the sky opened and lit up the clouds above for a brief period. This photograph is that result.