Landscape Photographer from the South West of Western Australia

Hay Shed Hill vineyard in fog

During autumn there is often fog over the Margaret River vineyards in the early morning. At this time of the year the leaves are turning yellow. The combination of autumn leaves, fog, and sunrise colors offer good opportunities for photographers. This image  was taken April 20 last year. The Cape Clairault image from an earlier post is another example of the early morning fog.

Hayshed Hill vineyard

Autumn fog in the Hayshed Hill vineyard.

. This was taken towards the end of April last year at the Hayshed Hill vineyard.

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2 responses

  1. Must try and get down to get in amongst the fog shots there Ian!

    March 27, 2011 at 5:51 pm

  2. Its a bit early yet, but there was a fog about a week ago! It gets interesting driving around looking for fog (it’s quite patchy), and hoping you have permission to go on the property that early. As sunrise approaches you start to get desperate! I have lined up permission to go onto a number of vineyards early in the morning, and the owner of one even suggested the gantry on the winery was the best place to see the fog from! He says that the fog is coming from the large dams in the vineyards.

    As soon as this weather breaks we should get some good fog, and from then until the leaves fall from the vines it is good shooting.

    March 27, 2011 at 6:01 pm

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