A square format monochrome photograph of some tree trunks in a conifer plantation.

One murky September morning I drove up from the Taff Valley where I then lived into the nearby hills in the hope of capturing some atmospheric shots of the shifting mist before it cleared. Wandering a way from my parked car into a conifer plantation, I took the photo above. I used my Mamita C330s camera loaded with a roll of Ilford Pan-F 50 film, which I later developed myself using Tanol. The haze infiltrating the lines of trees, with an absence of undergrowth between them, conjured up what I felt was a satisfactorily eerie effect.