John Sandell photography
Trekking towards the Torfajökull icecap, Iceland
'Rhinocerous Mountain' I called it. The distinctive shape was visible for miles. Eventually we reach it and walk round it. It's actually a volcanic core – the centre of a volcano from which the outer material has eroded. The Myrdalsjökull icecap is always in the background, and the wind that blows across it is pretty cold, in spite of us being in strong sunshine.