On a recent trip to Sequoia National Park, I was lucky to visit at a time when the park was nearly empty (November). I was also quite lucky that the weather gods didn't trap me there in a blizzard - after all, it's up at 7,000 feet, in November. The weather was cool, in the 40's, but we had no snow until the last day, and then just some flurries. The cool weather produced a bit of fog, which resulted in some interesting photos. I took this shot right after the thickest fog rolled in. I think it turned out great, but it seemed to lack something. I thought how cool it would be if some animal were part of the scene - a Yeti would be ideal!
Well, there was no Yeti, or even a chipmunk. So I improvised. I hope you like the result.