Monea castle in Co. Fermanagh before dawn on March 11th/12th 2014, this spectacular slow moving bank of fog had been creeping towards us for miles and now it was about to engulf us. The scene looked epic with the naked eye with the fog illuminated by the lowering moon with the stars aloft. Some of the lonely trees in the field became transparent while others vanished from the Earth completely as the fog swallowed everything up in its path and inch by inch it was getting closer to us. The leading edge of the fog bank was extremely sharp and reminded me somewhat of a well defined precip core under a strong thunderstorm. The waning gibbous moon was visible through the fog with its terminator now leaning upwards towards the stars as it sunk lower towards the horizon, read the full image report from this night here. * All images are available for sale in the form of photo prints, canvas or digital files for licensing, if you are interested in a purchase simply drop me an email.