Well, we've had both round here. We live opposite a lovely open, green area with a brook running through it and a few mornings this week there has been low lying mist. Very atmospheric.
Obviously haven't got a photo of that because I'm trying to get myself and daughter out of the house and off to school at some ungodly hour (7.20 am), so camera weilding is last on my list of priorities.
However, along the edge of this green grow some blackberry bushes and, never being one to turn down food for free, I can be found picking the blackberries at the weekend and freezing them to make lovely crumbles and pies and, if I'm feeling posh, Nigella's Anglo Italian Trifle (but I replace the Lemsip, sorry, Limoncello, with port - a much more lush flavour, I think).
So for Photostory Friday I have used my (now not-so-new) camera to photograph the result of my latest forage in the bushes:
(and a little grub, just there, on the left; don't worry, he got washed away before I made the crumble!)