Trees In The Mist Exmoor photo

Trees In The Mist Exmoor

This is a photo of trees in the mist that I took on Exmoor recently on the same day that I photographed my Exmoor sunset view. It’s really quite amazing what difference just an hour or so can make to the weather. Admittedly there was also quite a change in elevation between the 2 photos.

I wish the mist was a little bit thicker so that it impeded the visibility of the main trees more but I still like the way it turned out. I think it definitely looks better in black and white. This photo was taken in a field to the left of the hill up to Dunkery Beacon. I was going to walk up to the beacon but the mist was so thick that I thought it would be a stupid endeavour.

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Photo Information

  • Canon EOS 50D
  • Focal length: 10mm
  • ISO: 100
  • Exposure: 3/10s @ f/14.0
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Tagged with: Black & White, Featured, Landscape
  1. Mike Parker says:

    Love thia photo. Very atmospheric and definitely better in B&W

  2. yvan says:

    Your work is amazing, one of the top photoblogs I have seen. Congratulations!

  3. Andrej says:

    a great black&white picture, compliment.

  4. Jerry says:

    As the other reviewers have said, this is a very atmospheric and well executed photograph. It’s also refreshing to find a photographer who isn’t afraid to reveal the specific location of a shot. Congratulations.

  5. Dave says:

    I’m happy to share photo spots Jerry and I’m actually trying to make a site to build a community of people to share photography locations in my spare time.

    Thanks for your comments.
    Dave

  6. Max says:

    What a nice atmosphere!
    Beautiful b&w!

  7. James Fike says:

    Very beautiful image. The fog and composition combined with the choice of B&W is great.

  8. Rob Tudor says:

    Lovely, ethereal image. Nice use of bw and leading lines. Overall; a winner for me.

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