It was a particularly misty morning yesterday as there had been a heavy dew followed by a cold crips morning.

I was up early as it was a workday. As was up and ready for the day, I decided to head out across the public footpath from the house with my Penf to catch the morning mist.

I took the Olympus 14-42mm pancake zoom lens with me to take it through its paces. I was pleasantly surprised by the reach of the lens.

The manual focusing was also really straightforward and fairly accurate.

Even though this is an f/3.5/f/5.6 lens, you get good separation from subjects (thanks to the Micro Four Thirds sensor).

Home” was taken during the walk and that photo is straight out of camera. I do like Olympus colours (even when it is grey and misty outside).

I wanted to share this shot below, as I like the depth in the image, the graduation of colours through the mist and the mix of different fences across this paddock at the end of the farm.

As you can see, the wooden fence suffered some damage in the recent storms.

A variety of different fences in the morning mist
Fences, Penf, 42mm f/14

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