Yes, the spelling is deliberate. You see the weather in London has taken a turn for the worse recently. Winter is here, blue skies replaced by grey, replaced by mist. Sunday the mist was so thick planes were grounded at the airport and I needed fog lights on the car, even in town.
I’d been looking to get out and take some pictures, but in mist and fog what can you do?
Well, you could sit home and re organise your image files, or wrap up, wrap the camera up and get out and look for opportunities.
I tried the latter option and I’m pleased I did. This archway was in Gunnersbury Park, I managed about 4 shots before the light went and coffee (and cake) beckoned, I’ll post more tomorrow.
I deliberately kept the processing minimal, literally colour correction in RAW and curves and minor crop in Photoshop. I did not want to degrade the image by over processing and wanted to keep the soft, muted almost ethereal tones the mist created.
Camera: Olympus E-500 with 14-45mm