Mystical Morning Mist surrounds village of Shugruf.

Matjaz Krivic, winner, photography travel portfolio.
Shugruf, Yemen:
Morning mist rises mystically from the valley towards the small village of Shugruf in the Haraz mountains, Yemen.
image Credit: Photograph by Matjaz Krivic/TPOTY
Source: Travel Photographer of the Year 2018: the winners | Travel | The Guardian

Fog gives a Ghostly Glow to Old Gums.

Image Credit: Photograph by Wayne Clancy · · From Pic of the Week
I woke up early on the weekend and went for a drive along the gravel roads where the black top ends and into the fog.
The beautiful life-giving cold air flowing through my lungs as I take in the views of ducks flying off the dams and the grey roos fleeing through the short green fields as I approach in my old troopy with my camera laying beside me.
Looking out the driver’s side open window I saw the sun break through a small hole in the fog giving a golden ghostly glow behind some old gums.I stopped the old girl and grabbed my camera for a fantastic photo opportunity.
Times like these don’t come along twice and last only a few seconds.
I pointed the camera in the direction of the gums, took one shot and the sun was gone, leaving the bush a spooky grey colour.
I jumped back into my troopy and enjoyed another few hours of driving before returning home with a happy memory and a smile.
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‘Hunter in the Mist’ Walnut Grove, California.

Image Credit:: Photograph By Garry Everett
Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Hunter in the Mist” by Garry Everett. Location: Walnut Grove, California.
“This large mob of snow geese was feeding in a field on a foggy morning,” says Everett.
“Rising sun on the fog made for some interesting light, and an invisible coyote in the background was doing his best to sneak up on the geese (unsuccessfully).”
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Source: Photo Of The Day By Garry Everett – Outdoor Photographer

London’s Apocalyptic Sky.

Amazing photo of London’s apocalyptic sky.
More apocalyptic images emerged in October 2017, when Hurricane Ophelia left a strange haziness in parts of the UK.
Looking “more like a cinematic special effect than an actual atmospheric phenomenon”, the skies above Britain were filled with Saharan dust swept up by the storm.
Grovier said that “silhouetted against a sepia sunset, worldly objects suddenly darkened into something smoky and strange, surreal as solid shadows”.
He compared it to The Scream by Edvard Munch, a painting that also relied for its eeriness on an atmospheric event: in that case, the eruption of Krakatoa in August 1883. 
Image Credit: Photograph by Peter Macdiarmid/LNP
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