I shot these photographs on a November day in the same general area, but then the light changed… The result is that I can clearly split them into two separate groups.
Maybe it’s just me, but I think they convey very different moods.
The “blue” images tell me about a cold, somewhat mystical quiet, while the “warm” ones give me a sense of unease and dampness.
At any rate, fog is easily one of the most versatile natural phenomena for photographers. It gives depth to a flat landscape and it helps to separate the subject from the background.
I’ve shot so many meh photographs that would have turned great with just a bit of fog.