Foggy days – we don’t get many in Dorset so it’s best not to waste them. Not quite as good as the few days last autumn, but not bad, even if it did burn off quickly. All of these were taken on a Canon 60D within about half an hour of each other, only needing slight post-processing.
Even though the weather was bad, there were still plenty of cars around – this shot suggests a solitary car but I had to wait for ages to get just a single car in the frame.
This one uses the frame of a leafless branch to frame the disappearing road.
Finally a simple one with the road fading away to nothing – enhanced by the use of a telephoto lens to compress the perspective.
So next time you’re surrounded by heavy fog, get out there with the camera!
As always these shots are taken for the book cover market, and all comments, critiques and questions are welcome.
Thanks for looking!