I ventured out yesterday hoping to catch some lighting. I thought that Chapman's Peak would make a great location to shoot with all the rough looking rocks which would fit perfectly with the destructive lighting bolts. I got there round about 5pm and set up my camera and worked on my composition a bit. I knew exactly what I wanted to capture and where to capture it. Unfortunately there was no lighting at all, even though it was predicted. Bad luck I guess. On the other hand; the mist started coming in strong and created a completely new, unique image. Something that I have never seen, nor captured before.
I called this image "Take the ships to port".
Canon EOS 50D
Sigma 10-20mm EX DC HSM F3.5