Panoramic landscape on one of the moons of Saturn drifting somewhere in the haze of E ring.
Enceladus is one of the major inner satellites of Saturn. It is the fourteenth satellite when ordered by distance from Saturn, and orbits within the densest part of the E Ring, the outermost of Saturn's rings, an extremely wide but very diffuse disk of microscopic icy or dusty material, beginning at the orbit of Mimas and ending somewhere around the orbit of Rhea.
Parhelias produced by ice crystals over the shattered icy surface with cryovolcanos erupting plumes of water up into the −198 °C ethereal frost.
Created in Blender, over 20 000 000 polygons in sculpted terrain clusters, lots of post-processing and compositing during a month of a hard work.