In 2007, on my second visit to Iceland, Chris and I got a chance to head out to the Snæfellsnes peninsula, unfortunately, we were a bit behind our planned schedule and ended up on the wrong side of the peninsula for a good bit of the late evening light. But as sunset finally approached, we made our way around toward Snæfellsjökull, getting at least some long views of the ice-capped volcano in late light and, as time passed, some newly forming mists. I was captivated by the range of colors in some of the situations. While I'm pretty sure there's a terrific color version of this image from a bit south of the peak still to be made, this slightly shadow-toned monochromatic rendition has much (and yes, perhaps even more) to offer. I love the strange almost intentional path of the forming mists here.