This was the view from outside my apartment as I came home from work one day, one spectacular day since the New Years when the weather was the least bit reasonable. The little cone in the middle is Keilir, a mountain formed by an under-glaciar-eruption during the Ice Age, hence the beautiful symmetrical shape.
I'm just now having some minutes for myself after the most intensive work session I've ever had in my 14 years in the field of TV graphics & compositing, my only photo opportunities have been while travelling to or from work. I acquired a new lens a few weeks ago that I mentioned in my earler upload, the Zeiss Planar 1.4/50 ZE, which is generally considered the least capable ZE lens, having questionable wide-open capability compared to the competition. Yet, even though I have some of the better-regarded ZE lenses (21/2.8, 35/2, 100/2MP) the 50/1.4 has quickly become my favourite. It's flawed close-up performance gives it such personality that I'm starting to love every bit of it. (Maybe it's just me rationalizing the purchase??) This photo is from that ZE50/1.4 in fact, but at infinity focus stopped down, where it excels and makes your eyes pop from local contrast and colour rendering. I hope to pick up my photography pace in the next few weeks, and I sure as hell hope the weather will get better!
PS. No post-processing, no filters.