One of the unique mountains on the west side of Big Bend National Park is Tule Mountain. It is a solitary flat topped peak near the west entrance to the park at Maverick. Geologists will tell you that it is related to the Burro Mesa which is just east of it and that faulting and blocking caused the space between the two to fall.
The result is a peak that stands alone and makes a great subject for the camera.
After spending the middle part of the day west of the national park along the river in Big Bend Ranch State Park, I stopped near Tule in the afternoon to try an image.
Being the afternoon and having another location for sunset, I decided to just do a black and white image of Tule.
The view is looking south, so I put on a polarizer to see if it would help the clouds pop slightly. I also used the orange filter to see if that might help darken the sky a little.
Otherwise, it was simply metering and adjusting the exposure for the two filters.
Here is the result on Efke 25 with the DR-5 process for a b+w chrome.
I made two exposures to allow for a little safety in case I was off and then it was pack up and go for a sunset location.