This image is a few years old now, captured in the Toklat River area of Denali National Park, Alaska. This is as far as my wife and I made it into the park on the bus system. My intention was to then work our way back to the park entrance on the buses, getting off quite a lot for photography along the way. Turns out we only got out of the return bus once. Apparently there was some spousal apprehension that a grizzly might come walking out of the underbrush and have us for lunch. Anyhow, seeing as though although unlikely, it could happen, I chose not to make too big a fuss. I liked the semi-abstract nature of the composition in this monochrome conversion. This is one of those ‘photos I like, but…’ situations where I never got any good feedback from the family audience however.