In my last post I mentioned drifting fog. Normally I associate fog with early morning but this was the middle of the day. A pea soup like mist blanketed the beach, drifting and revealing people in an eerie, Twilight Zone type of way.
The shifting visibility made for difficult photography. Difficult because it’s hard to anticipate actions when you can’t see and harder still to focus with everything in a haze. Sometimes with luck and a fleeting sun spot, there’d be just enough light for a clear picture.
Wick Beach, Vancouver Island. July 2019
So beautifully captured, Sandy!
Thank you Amy!