I went to the Osorno volcano in Chile when the ski season was over. I wanted to portrait the volcano from a different perspective, hopefully on a sunny day, to capture the beauty of it without his most valuable asset, the snow. My project didn't work as I planned; instead, I think it turned out even better. I didn't portrait the volcano itself because sometimes we just need to read and follow the moment. The beautiful, mystical mist caught my eye immediately. At that moment I forgot my original intention, I decided just to follow the movement of my new majestic subject.