Autumn here in my region until now brought a lot of rain (we urgently need it) and many many grey and cool days. My photo taken some years ago shows the other side of this season. It was taken from the ridge of the low mountain range „Rothaargebirge“ in an altitude of 650 metres a.s.l. We walked in bright sunshine above a sea of fog. Temperature up here was +8°C whereas the valleys - filled with fog – had a temperature of only +5°C. People down there couldn't enjoy a sunny day at all.
Both photo versions are stitches of three vertical photos.
As a photographic work it is my favorite. Excellent shot !
I would like it much more if there have not been chopped off tree trunks but that is way beyond your control.
POV, composition and colours, not mentioning the fog, in perfect equilibrium.
You pano is well executed with no evidence of photo edges; the large version adds wonderful detail. While the temperature inversion gives a great view of clouds from the mountian-top; however, as a skier i hate it when it snows in town and rains on the mountain. GLF, Pat
Really nice atmosphere with the fog just below you hiding mostly everything under it.The composition is really good with the big tree on one side and the trunks spread out all over on the other. Excellent depth this way.
I can't wait for the fog, so far we did not have a lot of it yet.
A beautiful and atmospheric panorama. The fog in a good painter, also here. We can see forest tops pushing out from the fog like islands in a sea. You had a beautiful low autumn light.
Greetings from rainy north.