Seattle Times reader Attila Laszlo’s photo of fog in the Cascades during a recent ski trip to Stevens Pass.

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Photographer: Attila Laszlo, Lynnwood

Photo taken: From top of Tye Mill chairlift, Stevens Pass ski area, Jan. 27

Photographer’s description: “While I was skiing at Stevens Pass recently there was a constant fog layer blanketing the ski area. Clear at the top but foggy at the bottom. It made for challenging skiing but a unique photo opportunity. Used an Android Droid Turbo camera.”

Katie’s critique: “The horizon of fog splitting the frame in two is really cool and creates a super clean photo. The snow-covered trees bracketing the bottom of the image add a textured element to ground us in an otherwise airy scene. The one tree on the right that just gets above the fog horizon bugs me just a bit and I might consider cropping to just inside that tree. Gorgeous scene!”