"Almost perfect" is one of my favorite Icelandic photos. It was taken at literally the first beam of light, at the moment, when the sun rays were most parallel to the ground. It is always a challenge to photograph minimalistic landscape. One of the questions, that I often face is how do you emphasize the depth perception without the details? In this case black volcanic sand, textured by first beams of sun, creates a nice depth effect without clattering the composition with unnecessary details.