Spring has brought with it many foggy days.
The temperature has been fluctuating. Warm air comes, bringing in moisture from the ocean.
Only a few days later, the temperature drops and the cooler air from the north penetrated.
This alternate warming and cooling has resulted in a lot of mist and low visibility.
Have seen some fantastic pictures of this place with only the tops of high rises appearing above the fog but otherwise the whole place is covered.
This reminds me of my hike up the South Korean mountains a couple of years ago.
The picture, taken in South Korea, has been turned into a B&W so that it is more moody.
Please enjoy 🙂
Visually stunning my friend; thank you for sharing!
Great to hear from you, Nomad!
i love a foggy day! ❤
It looks mystical too!
Oh wow! how evocative, very classic shot.
Yes, I have seen similar classical shots by other photographers!
Beautiful, looks like a pencil drawing by some really good artist 🙂
Yes, it does look like a pencil painting!
Michael, the same thing is happening over here, but we’re not getting such lovely landscapes!
I have been too busy lately to take photos, otherwise would show more foggy pictures!
Enjoyable indeed Michael. 🙂
Thank you, Laurie!
Always welcome Michael. 🙂
SubhanAllah, beautiful !!
I wish I could be there sometime. It looks very spiritual
I sometimes feel they are sacred too!
A sensational b&w image, such beautiful atmosphere!
Yes, the atmosphere was just unbelievable!
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Never ben there. Have you? Nice B&W
Many thanks for reblogging this on, Bob!
Incredible picture, somewhere between painting and photography. Such detail. Thank you for sharing. You have a real talent, and I really enjoy reading your blog. Very informative.
yes, there is a lot of details there and one may wonder whether I was also hiking on a steep hill. I was walking up steep staircase next to the rock faces!
Great detail and wonderful tones.
Your comment truly describes the picture, thank you!
Nature in Asian countries is very special. It’s mysterious, it’s unique, it’s invoking, evoking, and creatively very charming, and beautiful to the “EYE”.
I do agree it is unique !