This is a plein air painting I did this summer in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The proportion of the Sleeping Indian Mountain needed to be a little smaller but thats what happens when your on the spot sometimes. It's a day I'll never forget because the light was changing constantly. First the middle ground was highlighted, then the trees – even sleeping indian was in full light while everything else was in shadow. You just had to pick the light and try to stay with. It even rained for a bit. But most of all it was beautiful observing and spending a day in such wonderful surroundings.