A week ago I went to Kullen in the Kullaberg national park in nothwestern Scania. I did not arrive until lunch time and still the peninsula was covered in fog. At first I stayed on higher grounds and tried to use the fog to isolate trees and stones from its surroundings. When the sun broke through the mist I ‘climbed’ down to the sea to take photos of the rocks and stone by the sea. Unfortunately, I chose to try a lens with my camera that I had not used for a long time and there seemed to be some malfunctioning with the focus and many of the images turned out a bit unsharp. A lesson for me to always know my gear.