Misty Views: Yorkshire And Cumbria, England

Dew point is the temperature where air becomes saturated with water vapour. When difference between dew point and air temperature is less than 2.5 degrees centigrade, the air condenses into water droplets, which we see as fog.

This film was born from my love of fog and mist, and how it can transform landscape from ordinary to mysterious. It has footage from fifteen different morning when I had to wake up stupidly early and drive around to find location where the fog appears, and wasn’t too thick.

At least same amount of early mornings was spent coming home empty handed, due to fog either not appearing or being too thick and not being able to find high enough ground. Weather forecasts are pretty good nowadays, but not hundred percent accurate.

Filmed in various location in north Yorkshire and Cumbria.

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