Above: thick fog descending on a Mick George we captured at RAF Brampton.
Regular interval photography involves an archive of images for a particular project.
While these generally end up as part of a professionally edited time-lapse sequence, there are those other images that we isolate for the more extraordinary elements that they capture.
During the winter months especially, the weather can cause some spectacular photographic compositions.
Particularly during the early hours of the morning, for example, our camera systems capture cityscapes that are draped in fog. While this can effect visibility, the combination of low-hanging cloud formations and early morning light seeping through have added something quite special to some everyday contexts.
Here’s a selection of some of our best shots: