After passage of a cold rain, a mist/steam came up from the forest floor and stop at the top of the ridge, possibly an inversion holding the fog in place. Photographed in mid-October in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, in a year the U.S. Forest Service said the colors matured into the best they had seen in over 40 years. Photographed with a Nikon F4 on Fuji Velvia ISO 50 film. Print is on Fuji Crystal Archive printed on a Fuji Lightjet printer. This is a PRINT ONLY, signed and numbered from the edition of 150. It must be mounted, matted and framed - or, laminated and mounted.