After a long hike up the hills, towards the Fitz Roy look-out, we were skunked with a cloudy view, cold temperatures and high winds. Many others had made the hike as well, and with no hope for the clouds to break we decided to head down. Half-way down our descent we looked north, over a field of golden grass, and noticed the clouds breaking and the sun beaming on to the mountain. With a fellow hiker, we gazed as the clouds continued to clear. This photo was captured shortly after we began hiking once again, after taking nearly 100 photos of this one mountain, the center of Los Glaciares National Park.