Many years ago I took an early morning walk up Kennesaw Mountain in Georgia. The access road was shrouded in fog. Fog has always been pretty difficult for me to photograph; the camera is frequently fooled by the grayness of the scene and the exposure is off.
In this case, I think everything came out just right. The colors of the trees and the fallen leaves add just enough to an otherwise monochromatic scene. I also like that I was able to get the focus right so that the nearby objects- leaves, road and trees, are sharp while, just like when you’re looking at a real fog, the details drop off in the distance.