Hi there my Steemian friends and followers!
As I mentioned in my last week´s post dedicated to macro photos of moss, it is currently late fall here in Central Europe and this season usually comes with a very specific weather. The temperatures are often hovering just a few degrees above freezing, the days are very short, sunshine is increasingly rare and the landscape is sometimes covered with thick fog.
Yesterday, the weather was just like that. It was just about 5 degrees Celsius (41 degrees Fahrenheit), the sky was overcast and it was drizzling almost all day. In the afternoon, a heavy, thick fog rolled in, covering everything in its grey robe. Most people would probably consider this kind of weather anything but good for a walk but I enjoy roaming around nature in any weather and any season so I grabbed my cell phone and headed outside.
Navigating through the fog was not easy as the visibility was extremely poor. You would only start to distinguish tree silhouettes when they were just a few meters in front of you. Being "half-blind" was particularly uncomfortable since local forests are full of wildlife with deer and wild pigs having been massively overpopulated this year and I encounter them quite often during my walks. This time, however, I didn´t come across any large animal so I could fully concentrate on my fog photo shooting.
This might well be one of the least colorful photo posts I have ever shared with you here on my blog as the following shots are mostly grey but to me, there is still something intriguing about them. Let me now take you to the Silesian countryside covered in eerie, late fall fog through these 20 photos that I took here yesterday.
I hope you enjoyed this special photo collection dedicated to misty Silesian landscapes. I wonder what impression the photos made on you. Do you find them melancholic, eerie or just downright depressive? Let me know in the comment section below, I will appreciate any feedback ;)
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