Noticing storm clouds and fog building up in the late afternoon, I headed to Cradle Mountain to photograph the changing weather conditions at sunset. By the time I arrived, the entire mountain was already shrouded in thick cloud. A momentary clearing allowed a quick glimpse of the double horns, and I managed to set up in time to capture this spectral formation as it floated across.

Cradle Mountain, Tasmania 

Canon EOS 5D Mk III, Canon 16Ð35mm 2.8L II, 30, f/9, ISO 100, Really Right Stuff TQC 14 tripod, BH-30 ball head

by Kah Kit Yoong, Victoria