Today I enjoyed a photography excursion to the wheatbelt, driving through Northam, Goomalling and Todyay. Trips like this have been relatively rare in the last year or two, with my spare time spent more on astrophotography or travelling for other reasons. It’s fun to focus on terrestrial photography a little again. I started off the morning in monochrome mode, and these above photographs are from that time, when the fog was still only just starting to lift at 10:30am! The day turned out to be beautiful and sunny, but of course the best photographs were from the morning with fog.