Came across this snow covered giant while hiking up to Horsethief Falls. I would have loved to have seen it before it met this fate. Even in this state, it looked so grand and stately. I have been working on improving my composition and finding the right point of view. What separates one photo from the rest of the crowd, is often finding the proper spot to take the image from. I suppose that one could take snaps from all around a subject like this one, and then choose the best after the fact. While that likely improves the chances of getting the right perspective, I choose to avoid that tactic. I believe that thinking about the picture before you take it, even if it means missing one here and there, will make you a better photographer in the long run. History and experience, often from failing, is a great teacher. I hope you like the choice I made here.