One night after everyone else had gone to bed, I went for a short walk up to our snowmobiles. The sun had gone behind the Kukri Hills so our camp was in shadow, but the sun was still above the horizon. The Plummet Glacier eroded the valley between the shadowed ridge in the foreground and the sunlit cliff in the background. While this cliff had attracted my camera lens before, the light was particularly nice on this night. The extra dark rock cliffs in the upper right corner of the image are a part of an extensive basalt sill. As the basalt cooled it cracked in the classic hexagonal column pattern. One of the columns now stands out as a spire.