Photographer's Note

The Irish say that Irish climate is fantastic, but the weather spoils it altogether! Climate or weather, it was cloudy, foggy and rainy on the day we had a small cruise on Lough Derg. This line of trees on our right called my attention when we had just started our trip. About one hour later, I saw them again; puzzled, I asked the pilot if we were already returning... and yes, we had turned round about half an hour before (and none of the passengers had realized...). The bad weather kept most people inside the boat most of the time; others sheltered under the stairs or wherever they could. That's how we saw the second largest lake in Ireland, on river Shannon. 40 km long, 118 square km of area, and 36 metres at its deepest. It's a delicious spot for enjoying the Irish green, soft landscape. On its sloppy shores, lovely houses, sailing clubs, canals (where residents "park" their boats just in front of their homes) and, if you are lucky, some fog which comes and goes... or stays.
The cropping tries to convey what caught my attention: a line of trees on top of a foggy hill; a misty sky diffusing the world.
I've posted a workshop with a wider view of this point.

Post-processing: cropping, and some sharpening after resizing.

I hope you like it. Have a nice day!

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