A few hundred miles north of Fairbanks is a high rocky ride known as Finger Mountain. It is often windy along this treeless landscape. The moisture content in the air was perfect for the formation of hoar frost, which covered the rocks and shrubs in the area. Fog and low clouds contributed to a fairly monochromatic and moody scene. I made the picture by stitching three images together to form a panorama format, which was fitting for the landscape.