Lost Highway by Piotr Skrzypiec, a 43-year-old Polish photographer who now lives in Slovenia, is a spectacular image of the 1,000-metre long Črni Kal Viaduct enveloped in thick fog. Mounted on Y-shaped columns up to 87 metres high, the structure is within an hour's drive of Piotr's home, and he began to realise its photographic potential while driving along a nearby road during the winter of 2018. "As I drove past, the light was quite hazy and when I got home I started to think, what would it be like if there were clouds or fog there?"
He returned to the location a few days later with some photographer friends. It was evening, and he planned to capture car light trails on the viaduct. "The light was again hazy, but I thought even the haze would be interesting. Then suddenly the fog came, which was unexpected because it's on the coast of Slovenia and fog is seldom seen there."