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Misty conditions are more commonplace in autumn and the woods take on an ethereal quality.
A long exposure image of this icy scene from the Lofoten Islands.
The season of mists. Corfe Castle is a classic scene with the castle emerging from the mist.
The mighty force of a storm pummelling Longships Lighthouse in Cornwall.
I recall having to clamber high up on around of snow to put the tip of the tree against the dark mountain.
The sun hiding peeking through the clouds reflected on this Rockpool, looking suitably dramatic for such a rugged location.
This ledge on the Jurassic Coast is very popular with climbers but I enjoy it most early on a Winter morning.
Where better to be in autumn than wandering around forest tracks like this one?
Glacial mountains are so dramatic. This range of mountains on Senja are fantastic.
A tunnel of trees disappearing into the mist.
The waves snaking their way in and out of the crevices on the shoreline often create attractive patterns in the wash.
This was my winning image in Landscape Photographer of the Year. The tide had begun to turn and had started carving remarkable curved lines in the snow, revealing the warm coloured shingle beneath.
Using a long exposure to flatten out the sea for a minimalist style image works so well with nice soft light.
The reflections on the water in the quarry were amazing and created a fantastic pattern.
A very memorable morning driving on snow covered, tree lined roads. Breathtaking scenery in all directions.
A slightly abstract image of the snow against the red hut.
The village of Reine in the Lofoten Islands. The fleeting rainbow was fabulous to see emerge.