Last week was very productive in terms of photography. Since I have a new schedule at work, I am able to go out and shoot more often. If I plan on going for a brief stroll, I usually pack my gear the night before. Sometimes I have to cancel due to weather conditions or because I have tons of work to do. Other times I'm just not inspired enough and I go back home. But there are days when I don't plan ahead and I still decide to give it a try. That has been possible ever since I chose to always carry a camera in my bag. It is not a fancy camera, but it does get the work done. Up until last week, I wasn't very excited about it. In fact, I briefly wrote on that in a previous blog back in October. However, things changed when after work last Tuesday while I was driving home, I saw that one of my favorite forests was covered in fog. It was drizzling, but since I always have mountain boots in my car, I decided to give it a try and see what could I bring home. I only had my Canon G16 point and shoot with me, but the conditions and the place were so good that I didn't care. I found beautiful light and incredible ambiance wherever I looked. It was raining and cold but I stayed out almost two hours, just driving, stopping and walking around. When I got home I couldn't be happier. I had captured beautiful moments of quietness and cold.