I finally found some time to scan and edit some additional images made in Iceland last May. I exposed image below, of the Eyjafjallajökull Volcano, at midnight in Iceland’s notoriously high winds. For those of you familiar with the operation of a view camera, neither scenarios of darkness nor wind are conducive to successful large format photography. Anna and I positioned our Toyota Yaris (courtesy of Geysir) as a wind block and I set up the camera between the open door, close to the ground. I used a Fujinon 400T telephoto lens which I purchased exclusively for our Iceland trip and focused it to infinity, barely able to make out my composition on the ground glass.