A friend of mine asked me to go along on a caribou hunt with him in central Alaska so I brought my camera along! In this picture he is sighting in on four caribou at about 400 yards, but right when it came time to take the shot a dense fog rolled in... This is a picture I took of him while we waited for the fog to roll out. This picture was taken right when the sun started to break through the fog and it made a cool background for the picture. When the fog cleared the caribou were nowhere to be found so we moved to another location. In this picture he is sighting in on a caribou about 400 yards out. The mountains in the background were miles away. I can't decide if this is a really bad picture or a really good one?