The crazy thing (and can be frustrating thing) about photography is the weather, especially for those of us who like to do landscapes. Today I set out on a fairly long drive to capture one of Okinawa's old castles with a nice sunset as a backdrop. This particular castle is Nakajin-jo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is about 1 1/2 hours away from my house. I checked the weather and predictions of rain were in the forecast but not until late at night so I thought I could still catch a good sunset. Well, the plan didn't work. By the time I got there, the skies were heavily overcast with foreboding clouds quickly passing through the area. I skipped the castle today, but continue my drive through the mountains of Motobu. As I'm driving I see some fog/clouds drifting low on the mountains and so I try and figure out a way to get high enough to capture this look. Fortunately, I came across the clearing you see in the photo today as the clouds were touching the tips of these particular crests. The lesson is to not give up when your plan doesn't work out. There's a photo around somewhere, you just have to keep looking and be flexible.