I took this photo on a day when the clouds were clamoring for attention in the coastal town of Budir, Iceland. Budir is set amongst lava fields on the Snaesfellnes peninsula and has a magical, mysterious quality. As we walked in tall grasses and rocks next to the sea, a local storyteller shared the tale of Iceland's hidden people, or Huldufolk. Not all Icelanders believe in them, but she does. They are beautiful, enchanted people who have made their homes in Icelandic rock piles for eternity and make trouble if disturbed. As I hiked through the landscape, I imagined Hidden People doing their tasks invisibly around me. The sky represented such tangible creative thrust toward new and imaginary destinations that I decided to use it for my site's cover page, too.