For a number of reasons (too cold, too wet, too gloomy, landscape too boring, volunteer work at the Briarcliff Manor-Scarborough Historical Society, no dog to force me to go out to walk etc. ) I haven’t been walking too much of late. Since I take most of my pictures while walking around this means that I haven’t taken too many pictures either.

However, a few days ago I awoke a little early to find warm temperatures and to my amazement – fog (we don’t get a lot of fog where I live). From all the YouTube videos I watch I’ve learned that fog/mist is just the thing for woodland photography as it hides a lot of the clutter that often spoils a woodland image.

So I hurriedly got up, got dressed, and went out to the nearest woodland. I should have gotten up earlier, as by the time I got there the mist had started to dissipate.

These are the results.

Taken with a Sony A7IV and Tamron Di III VXD A056SF 70-180mm f2.8.

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