This picture is called Unexpected Sun and is a finalist in the Velux Lovers of Light photographic competition. The Times tells us that it was taken by the British photographer Luke Oyston and that there were 15,000 entries from amateurs and professionals.
That's not bad for a single line of caption - but if you're going to invest half a page to what is essentially a bit of eye candy, why not make the space for a bit more information?
The remit of the competition, sponsored by the skylight company Velux, is to produce a landscape that captured and celebrated daylight. Entries have been come in from all over the world, although most of the ten finalists have a British connection. The prize is five nights in Norway when daylight lasts for 24 hours.
The News runs all ten finalists on its website, along with details of the scene and the photographer. You can see also see them below.