Night photography is often associated with clear skies and full moons, and as such I often plan for such visuals in order to gain the images I want. So when thick fog set in around the time i wanted to shoot, i was less than happy. As the fog got thicker throughout the week, I went from being frustrated to really wanting to embrace it, in order to capture it and include it within my night imagery. However at night without any additional lighting, the fog is just a wall of darkness, and so I decided to go somewhere that there would be low level artificial lighting to enhance and compliment the fog. The canal was a safe bet, with ample lighting from the residential surroundings to give the exact effect desired. On my return journey via a different route, I drove through the woods as the fog was lifting slightly, and so I decided to capture it as the approaching cars highlighted it.