After a long period of not being able to head onto the South Downs due to commitments, I finally managed to find the time to head out one afternoon near Wilmington and by a stroke of luck a fog bank started to roll in whisping around the the hills. It is very difficult to be in the right spot at the right time with Landscape photography when it comes to mist, and I generally come away with disappointing images so it was nice to be in the right place at the right time. I also went light with just taking the Olympus OMD EM-5, tripod, filters and a couple of lenses. One of my favourite focal ranges for Landscape is the 70-200mm lens, so as the EM-5 is a 2x crop, the 35-100mm F2.8 was lens of choice and it is fantastic. I am convinced that mirrorless will take over from DSLR for landscape photographers in the future. I am even eyeing up the Sony A7R purely for landscape work, but the EM-5 is working very well for me at the moment.
Images from this little trip to the South Downs are below, all images are available for purchase as print or canvas.
Panramic below is 6 photos stitched together