Fog, Inverted

Pier and Poplars Inverted

Pier and Poplars, Inverted © 2013 Mufidah Kassalias

Yesterday we woke to a thick fog hanging in the valley, so I headed off with my camera to see what I could capture. I first edited the images as black and white, then inverted them. I’ve included both versions here as there are aspects of each that I like.

Pier and Poplars

Pier and Poplars © 2013 Mufidah Kassalias

Sunflowers and Vines Inverted

Sunflowers and Vines, Inverted © 2013 Mufidah Kassalias

Sunflowers and Vines

Sunflowers and Vines © 2013 Mufidah Kassalias

Four in a Row

Four in a Row, Inverted © 2013 Mufidah Kassalias

Four in a Row

Four in a Row © 2013 Mufidah Kassalias


Mufidah Kassalias Mufidah Kassalias is a writer, photographer and slow traveller. A digital nomad, she’s also co-founder of Creative Thunder, helping creative individuals and small businesses to fire up their online presence and prowess. To get a free copy of the inspiring Creative Thunder Manifesto, click here.

6 responses

  1. These are so beautiful, Mufidah! The inverted ones have a magical feeling.
    I particularly like the Sunflowers and Vines, that would be stunning blown up very large so all the delicate details could be observed. I love these!