I spent the night at the end of an old gravel road in the back of my wagon to photograph Wilson Peak in the morning. Once I finished my sunrise shots and began to leave, I noticed a wonderful pond reflecting Wilson Peak and some aspens in full color. Using my Sigma 70-200 f/2.8, I jumped on top of my car for the perfect vantage. I framed my shot and fired away until I captured a photo of the peak without any ripples from trout sipping mayflies off of the surface. It was pure luck I saw the shot, but that's how photography is sometimes.