This picture was captured on a recent trip to North Wales for a few days. On my route back, the weather kept changing, with patches of low mist and fog descending onto the land. There wasn't really anywhere to shoot, though, annoyingly, and the couple of places that I was going to try had no fog when I got there.
Near Llanrwst, there were a couple of good banks descending, so I decided to wait it out until sunset (or when the sun dropped behind the mountains) and send the drone up to see what was happening. I managed to capture a few wide-angle pictures that I am happy with. I like this one as it is more intimate, with the light shining down onto the trees, making them glow and picking out details within the encroaching mist. Keeping the drone low allowed for a far more detailed scene of this small area catching the gorgeous light.
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