The job of a good photograph is to state the existence of things in time and space, record the ordinary, and to transform its ordinariness into something transcendent. This can be achieved by choice of lens, Euclidean Geometry, and all manner of tricks picked up by the photographer who’s job it must be to recognise when transcendence is achievable. When nature intervenes and adds to the mixture, pressing the shutter release is almost irresistible. Fog is one such intervention.


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