This is from early December. The sun was disappearing behind the hills, and a storm was approaching from Washington. The wind was picking up, and I was rapidly losing contrast in the shaded areas. I waited for one last sunbreak to hit the orchard below. After I shot this, I raced back to the car and threw the equipment into the back just in time for the deluge to hit.
Despite the wind, and fading light, I managed to get a long enough exposure to get the foreground rocks sharp. I don't think they're sharp enough to print larger that 11x14, but I'm pleased with the overall result.
Camera: Sinar Alpina 4x5.
Lens: 90mm Nikkor.
Film: Efke PL 50 developed in PMK Pyro.