Mount Hood on a Bluebird day a couple seasons ago. The lines were caused by rain a few days prior that created the rivulets and then it got cold again, froze and then a fresh snow covered them leaving these cool lines.
I had gone out on this bright blue sky day not expecting much but came home with some photos that I really like. Proving that if you don’t go, you won’t get the shot.
This foreground screamed at me to ignore that mountain and take its photo. I shot wide and got them both.
(If this is a composite, etc. please be honest with your techniques to help others learn)
Nikon D810 - 40mm (handheld w/VR) - 1/160" - f/22 - ISO-160