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Mist on Wanstead Flats
On 9 December 2005, a thick fog was on Wanstead Flats in the morning. By evening, it had reduced to mist, and as I stood there it was like being in a strange incantation - all around me was a white circle about a metre high, but I could see above and partly beyond it. I took my camera out to see if I could capture it as the sun went down. The moon had already risen.


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My first view as I stepped onto the grassland.

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Fred Wigg and John Walsh towers, Montague Road.

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The waxing gibbous moon had already risen by 6pm.

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Moon over bare trees.

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Another view looking to the tower blocks, you can see the boundaries of the white circle that encompassed me at every turn.

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Looking across to Bush Wood.

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Davies Lane Primary School, where I am a governor.

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My favourite shot, of four trees with layers of sunset behind and mist in front.




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