It was a cold and windy, but sunny day last Sunday here. A front was pushing through. Storms kept appearing and disappearing over the mountains, sometimes only lasting a few minutes. I have a few pictures of one storm forming, engulfing the whole Peak then dissipating so fast that the storm was totally gone while a lot of snow was still falling on the front of the peak for another 4-5 minutes. It looked like a some mist in front of the mountain. I haven't edited those yet but I liked this one. I tried to keep enough of the surrounding land and sky to show how this is just a little, isolated snowstorm on Pikes Peak from the passing front. It appeared and disappeared in about 10 minutes. It was a little too blue from the polarizer so I had to adjust color balance but then the sky was not as blue as normal so I isolated the sky and adjusted that separately. The land in front was a little darker than reality also so I separately brightened it a little. I thought it came out pretty well and it really does look very close to what I actually saw. Sony 717, tripod and Hoya circular polarizer.