Whenever I pass Kluane Lake in Kluane National Park, Yukon Territory (just 100 mile or so from the Alaska border) I can’t resist a crack at photography. It is a beautiful location. On this evening, the first snow of the year had just decorated the surrounding hillsides but the lake water had yet to freeze. How the sun would interact with the clouds in the late evening hour was certainly unpredictable. I found a spot on the edge of the lake and waited to see what happened. While there was not yet a lot of color, the scene is somewhere between peaceful and stormy, depending how you look at it.