Capturing those magnificent mists

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Photographer Robert Falconer loves that autumnal weather phenomenon, the cloud inversion, and here’s why!

STANDING on a rocky edge looking across a fog-filled valley to the distant hills can be a breathtaking sight.  As you observe, it can feel as if the fog is alive, moving to and fro, sometimes rising up to the edge of the rocks and then back down into the valley like a changing tide.  Buildings and trees can sometimes appear and then suddenly become engulfed again. Then as the sun and temperature rises, the mist and fog will gradually fade away to become a memory…