As soon as I saw the fog yesterday morning I knew I had to go somewhere cool to capture some photos. I saw that the fog got heavier as you went further east, so I decided to head on over to the Terry Fox Lookout, seeing as how I hadn't really been there for a while. I already had my Fuji X-T1 and 16-55mm lens. So, off I went in search of some great photos.
Coming up the main road leading to the lookout I could already tell that the fog was going to make for some good shots. Even though it was already starting to dissipate, I knew still had some time. After grabbing a few quick shots of the road leading up I made my way to the lookout itself. I worked fairly quickly and just looked for different angles of the monument. I always try and capture perspectives that no one else has done, it's almost a way of challenging myself to not just settle. Of course, I know for a fact I walked away with some standard photos but I still tried to incorporate my own personal style.
Once I was done walking around the lookout, I drove back down to the base of the hill and parked the car. Normally I would have just left but I felt a bit courageous and so I got out of the car and climbed the hilltop to where the low mountain range was. There were a few Inukshuks up on the ledge so I incorporated them into some of my landscape photos.
It was then off to Trow Bridge. I figured there might still be some fog left there but sadly I was wrong. I didn't want to waste the trip though so I still managed to capture a few good shots down by the water and bridge. I also got a couple keepers from the playground as well. All in all, I was out and about for an hour or so. It was so much fun and very calming. Thanks for viewing!