I woke up early that morning, hoping for some fog. There was some indeed, but not enough to make me go out and shoot an hour before dawn.
Then I went to the living room and looked at the castle, on top of the hill. That window is the only one in the house with a clear view of the medieval structure.
I couldn't see it. The fog was, obviously, thicker up there. I put my clothes on and headed outside.
I took a few exposures, this one being my favorite, I believe. It was dark, not was there half an hour left until sunrise, but the fog didn't help the light to get through.
This is why I won't get tired of saying: wake up and get out.