Late Evening Mist

"I enter the world called real as one enters a mist."
~ Julien Green

One of the benefits of living in a rural area is that you get to see natures subtle and short live event such as late evening mist rolling in. The difference between fog and mist? The phenomenon is called fog if the visibility is 1km (1,093 yards) or less. Unless you are in the UK where ifor driving purposes the definition of fog is visibility less than 200 meters.

The above image is a composite of two exposure to capture some of the detail in the soybean field. I’ve listed the exposure time for the longer end. The sky detail was shot at 20 seconds. F-stop remained constant.

Camera :Nikon D700
Lens :Nikon 14-24mm AFS f/2.8 G ED
Shutter Speed :30
ISO :100
f-Stop :22
Strobes :Array
Location :Georgetown, Ontario, Canada
Conditions :Clear, light haze
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