Transitional Light . . .

Photographing landscapes on foggy mornings has always been a magical time for me. Especially during the transitional phase – when the subdued light becomes ever-evolving as the sun begins to penetrate the condensing water vapor. The landscape expresses a myriad of subtle, characteristic changes during this process, albeit fleeting.

This photograph was captured just as a hint of sunlight began to penetrate the surrounding water vapor.    

2 thoughts on “Transitional Light . . .

  1. Thank you, Happy for your comments! Your words capture the essence of what I was feeling during that moment . . . “Just calms the soul.” Yes! Keep chasing the sweet light . . .

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