Three weeks ago, in the quiet of night, photographer Lorenzo Montezemolo hiked up Mt. Tamalpais in Marin County, California. He waited patiently for the fog to begin rolling in. When it began its slow and graceful arrival, Montezemolo opened his shutter for an incredible three minutes, capturing the full moon’s illuminations in the above surreal ocean wave landscape he calls Fog Fingers. “I chose to use a long exposure in order to give the incoming fog a smooth, striated appearance as it slithered over the ridge below,” he told Colossal. The result is a mystical depiction of a town blanketed by movement and light.
Montezemolo is somewhat of an addict when it comes to shooting long-exposure fog images. In fact, he calls himself and his fellow photographer friends “fogaholics.” …Here are more of Lorenzo Montezemolo’s dynamic fog photos:
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