The Peak District: Shatton Hall Farm

For this trip we stayed at Shatton Hall Farm Cottages, converted farm buildings turned into holiday accomodation. The houses are at the end of a narrow lane near Bamford, and the scenery is lovely. On Sunday morning we were lucky enough to get some fog still lingering around even at 9 o'clock, so I didn't have to get up too early! Once again, a mix of mostly 14mm and 60mm. »

OCOLOY Week 34

Rather last-minute this week, but what a productive minute it was! During the week the weather had once again been meh, and so had my motivation, but with Sunday came fog. Fog is always great for creative inspiration, I think because it's so rare, and so there's a novelty factor involved. no access gate tatters on barbed wire Hamilton Road bus stop gas towers gas valves tree and foggy jetty life ring on sea wall foggy wind turbine »

Fog in the Morning

It’s not often we get fog like this in the morning, so I felt compelled to take advantage of it with a nice walk to the beach before work. Office building in front of our local water tower It’s quite an odd experience walking on a foggy beach. Despite the fog, I still saw a few people walking their dogs, and heard several more. Memorial for World War I »

Fog at Night

Fog has always fascinated me – the way it makes things look is obviously different, but also the way it mutes sounds, and disorients the senses. At night time these effects are amplified further, with large patches of grey that fade out into unknown darkness. Odd shadow below a lamp post Fog is great for light rays The street lights look almost like UFOs »