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Stringbark forest in the fog on the shortest day of the year, Moore’s Road, Adelaide Hills, South Australia.Featured in: Black and White Photography 4 You + Abstracts from Nature Photography + Black and White Photography + If It Doesn’t Belong
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Ben Loveday is a photographic artist based in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia, with a focus on landscape, urban and conceptual photography.Images are owned and © copyrighted by Ben Loveday. Use without permission is prohibited by law. All rights reserved. DO NOT PIN, OR PUT MY IMAGES INTO ANY ON LINE MAGAZINES OR ANY BLOGS WITHOUT MY WRITTEN PERMISSION.
I love the dreamy light.
Thanks lamiel, its been foggy here for 3 days straight- eventually this morning it got the better of me and I wandered off into the bush with my camera and tripod…..
– Ben Loveday
Very mysterious…I love this!
Check out the entire series here: Fairy Tales in the Fog
All cracking shots…you must have had quite a day! Lovely work!!!
Thanks Shaun. Only the last 5 shots were from yesterday’s shoot, but there are quite a few extra edits. Yes quite a day! No doubt there will be a lot of foggy days to come, to extend this series, so I’ll be out there in different parts of the Hills.
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Beautiful image, Ben! Love it! Dee
Thanks Dee, comments much appreciated.