Late Summer in Park City produces magical weather systems. As temperatures drop, moisture from Silver Creek creates a misty layer of fog.
This was an especially dynamic morning. From the top of Glenwild, not far from home, a solid layer of fog blanketed the valley. Meanwhile, a sunrise rain shower created the perfect atmosphere for a rainbow, piercing the fog towards the Utah Olympic Park.
As the weather changed, each second was different than the one before – rainbow becoming more brilliant, fog breaking up, clouds framing the scene overhead.
This was one of several notable images. It was made with a Nikon D700 with a 24-120mm VR lens at 24mm, 1/40th at f16 on a tripod.