3rd October - Less is more
I know I've got a soft spot for Mist - it adds so much more to an image, but actually all it's doing is partially obscuring what is there. So why does that have such an impact, why do our brains say - 'oh that's interesting stop scrolling for a moment'.  Is it because bits are missing - like the horizon or background and we need a moment to process it. I don't live in a very misty area but if this was normal would it lose its interest? Less visibility brings out better object separation I guess but that sounds too clinical to me.  Perhaps it's something to do with mist being patchy and variable - analog to a digital world of straight lines and hard edges. More questions than I intended but definitely with mist - less is more.
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