Rising fog on Cody Peak, near Jackson Hole, Wyoming, threatened the day for photographer Wade McKoy and skiers Lynsey Dyer and Shroder Baker, but as they neared the bottom, the clouds began to dissolve. "It's somplace I hadn't shot before," says McKoy. "But I've always wanted to, with a wide-angle lens catching all the cliffs above. The fading fog gave the light a special quality." So does a wily vet like McKoy still get butterflies setting up for a potential banger? "Maybe a little before but not during. You just get in the zone and you're happy. Its a real calm feeling - and its a high. You're just sort of on automatic."