Everywhere I've lived in the Midwest, I've heard the same refrain:
"If you don't like the weather, wait 10 minutes, it will change."
But, it wasn't until this summer that I actually experienced it. We went from sunny skies to a blizzard to scuttling clouds in close to a half hour.
It happened traversing Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park.
For photography, Trail Ridge Road was challenging. Creating any sense of depth was difficult. Not only did the the lighting change consistently, but the actual texture of the atmosphere kept shifting.
I''m posting three landscape shots that give a sense of the issues.