Overnight in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, low-lying fog rolled in, and due to the cold temperatures, the moisture in the air formed hoarfrost on the trees. It was dazzling. When the sun rose and backlit the white trees, every branch and twig glowed with brilliant light. HDR was necessary to hold detail in the shadows as well as the highlights, so this is a 5-frame bracketed sequence, handheld, with a 16-35mm wide angle lens. I used f/22 for maximum depth of field, and in post-processing I had to manipulate the sliders in Adobe Camera Raw to make the tonality across the image to my liking. My ISO was 500.