I prefer to work in black and white. I like to pare the scene down to its essentials of line, shape or form, light and shadow. Light is very important in the photograph. A lot of things can affect the amount and quality of light. The direction of the angle of light changes according to the time of day. When the sun in low in sky, such as in morning, or with the setting sun, that is a much different light than when the sun is straight overhead under a noon-day sun. Something blocking the light such fog, can change the quality of light.
These photos were all taken under fog conditions. When light is blocked in some way, it alters the way things look. It tends to isolate objects. So, some of the photographs play on the juxtaposition of near and far objects. And besides isolating objects, with the light partly obscured, the atmosphere creates a mood of quietness, melancholy, or even a feeling of mystery.