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Sunday morning at the greater area of Megalopoli, in Peloponnese, Greece.

We woke up at 5 o'clock in the morning because we new that Alfios and Lousios rivers usually create mist all over the valley. We headed at 800 meters altitude on the mountains, trying to go above the mist level. The weather was rainy and heavy clouds were covering the sky.

We spent an hour at -3 degrees Celsius just waiting and hoping that as soon as the sun rises, we will be lucky enough to get a hole in the clouds, giving us enough light to capture the Power Plant's chimney which was barely arising from the mist.

And we were lucky indeed! A couple of frames were enough to capture that morning light between the mist and the clouds.