What the Fog – One night in Hamburg captured by German photographer Mark Broyer.

Our frequent readers may remember our last feature of Mark Broyer‘s photo series “After Hours in Hamburg“. During another nocturnal walk through his hometown, Mark has captured some atmospheric interactions between light and fog. Away from the busy main roads, the German photographer found deserted places, paths, and streets, where only the lights of street signs, lanterns and traffic lights create an almost magical glow in the foggy night. Enjoy the images below. For those of you who want to see more of Mark Broyer’s photographic work, please visit his website or follow him on Behance, Flickr, and Instagram.

Street lights at a freight forwarder.
Street lights at a freight forwarder company.
Purple night.
Purple night.
Color the night.
Color the night.
The glow of street lamps in a foggy night.
The glow of street lamps in a foggy night.
Gloomy and dark.
Gloomy and dark.
A lonely road.
A lonely road.
No one is outside.
No one is outside.
The fog, the darkness, and a few lights.
The fog, the darkness, and a few lights.
Walking towards the bridge.
Walking towards the bridge.
Pure stillness.
Capturing pure stillness.

All images © by Mark Broyer. Do not hesitate to find more international photographers on WE AND THE COLOR. Our Photography section includes a wide range of work such as fashion and beauty portraits as well as landscape, urban, architectural, and experimental photography.

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