During the days a storm is moving out of the area, the clouds usually hang low and mix with the trees of mountainous Shenandoah National Park. When they are thick, the forests can become socked in with fog, reducing visibility greatly. At the trailing end of a storm, however, the clouds are often sporadic and allow some space in between them, letting some of the forests show through. This particular image was taken from a higher elevation overlook looking down on the trees below. I loved watching the clouds whip by, and the resulting image reminds me of a "ghost forest."