When shooting in overcast and rainy weather, there are still plenty of opportunities to capture good images. One perfect subject in these conditions is to shoot long exposure photos of moving water. The overcast sky acts as a giant soft-box, which reduces the typical glare that you might encounter in bright sunlight. We took advantage of these type of conditions, photographing one of the many streams that are located throughout Glacier National Park. This particular stream was somewhere along the road in the Two Medicine area of the park. The colors were a bit muted, and processing the image as a black and white brought the tones out of the rocks, while contrasting with the silky water.