Haven't been out to shoot lately (other than the moonlit exposures) so I decided, with the storm coming in, there might be some good lighting. I arrived around 6:15pm and it was pouring. I waited for the rain to slow down to grab my gear. I had forgotten my umbrella in the car several months back, but I was quite happy to find it in the trunk. I wasn't sure what the rain was going to do, so I didn't venture too far down the trail before snapping this. It started to rain again as I was rushing to get my camera back into the backpack. I walked a little further and the rain stopped again. This shot is actually bracketed and combined using a gradient on a layer mask to simulate a gradual ND filter. After running through a few more shots, the light went behind the hills on the horizon. It was starting to rain again, so I decided to head back to my car. With some lightning going on behind the Superstitions, I setup my tripod inside the car and blew through a ton of shots w/o capturing a single defined bolt.