Photographer's Note

Thick, freezing fog was pressed through the woods by gusty wind covering everything with a thin layer of ice. The first light of the day made the fog glow and I was expecting Gandalf the White anytime now.

The same tree(s) as in my previous post from a few steps further away and at an angle.

PP wise I did only slightly adjust colours (slightly more saturation for cyan and blue) and contrast (set black point while keeping overall luminosity about the same). With cropping I was a bit more creative, using a non-rectangular crop to align the jumble of branches with sides and corners. Some branches are unsharp due to the wind.

Feel free to critique. And don't miss the workshops with the original and an alternative crop by seb_p.

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