Photographing in the Lake District is a joy; the photo you set out to take is so often just the start as almost limitless possibilities can unfold which were not anticipated. With the mist ebbing and flowing this composition was but a fleeting opportunity. The backlighting creates a nice separation and the two trees are nicely connected to each other by a consistent flow in their branches. These more abstract and intimate portraits of woodland are great fun to create and a long telephoto lens helps to 'see' into the landscape a little differently to how our eyes do. EOS 5DMKIII, 70-200mm lens, 1/250se at f8.