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The Mist

Published August 19th, 2012

"In the spring of 1928, a queer mist began to seep through the woods bordering the Moors of the North Riding. [...] Thicker than a sea fret, yet more nebulous than a true fog, folk in the area swore that it was somehow insidious, worming its way through cracks in doors and windows. People who suggested that this strange atmospheric phenomenon was in some way connected with the odd events at Robin Hood's Bay that year were roundly dismissed as cranks and superstitious fools; but still, when the mist came, most people found reasons to be indoors."

-The Lore of the Land, Westwood and Simpson, 2008

The Moors Mist

"In the spring of 1928, a queer mist began to seep through the woods bordering the Moors of the North Riding. [...] Thicker than a sea fret, yet more nebulous than a true fog, folk in the area swore that it was somehow insidious, worming its way through cracks in doors and windows. People who suggested that this strange atmospheric phenomenon was in some way connected with the odd events at Robin Hood's Bay that year were roundly dismissed as cranks and superstitious fools; but still, when the mist came, most people found reasons to be indoors."
-The Lore of the Land, Westwood and Simpson, 2008

  • February 19th, 2012
  • Nikon D5100
  • 35mm / f/1.8 / 1/800 sec

Flee Before The Storm

  • August 17th, 2012
  • Nikon D5100
  • 1/1000 sec

Alone in the Fog

  • July 5th, 2012
  • Nikon D5100
  • 102mm / f/4.8 / 1/100 sec

In The Deep Woods

  • July 6th, 2012
  • Nikon D5100
  • 92mm / f/4.5 / 1/20 sec

Enigma

  • July 6th, 2012
  • Nikon D5100
  • 92mm / f/5.6 / 1/2 sec

He Waits...

  • July 5th, 2012
  • NIKON D3100
  • 55mm / f/5.6 / 1/125 sec

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