I just published the pattern for my Luft shawl, which I've loved knitting and am wearing right at this minute. When I'm not wearing it, I like to set it on the table and admire it. The yarn - called Zeta from Luna Grey Fiber Arts - is so subtly dyed, the wool and silk blend so light and just the slightest bit shiny. The lace is super simple but gives a truly airy consistency. It would be even airier in a laceweight, I'm sure. (I haven't tried. Laceweight frightens me.)
Martin took these pictures on a day that was absolutely freezing. I like the sort of moody one above, and I think it looks a lot like other knitting photos I am drawn to.
On the other hand, I'll paraphrase Martin. He says this picture below is the best one, because a shawl is in part about loveliness, and I look lovely here. Awwww. That made me use it as the second shot (I'm just not sure enough of the shawl pattern shows.)
Here is how you get the pattern.