I regularly experience fog. It’s typically thickest when I wake up and usually lasts for an hour or so until my head begins to clear.
Given my severe aversion to early mornings, I rarely get to see external fog. Usually it’s scheduled too early in the day.
So imagine my surprise to see thick fog covering the lake in late morning. At first I thot it was smoke drifting by my cabin and went out to see if the place was burning down.
When I saw the fog drifting off the lake I realized what other people had been talking about over the years. It was rather cool – and not just because the ice was still on the lake.
I had enough time to photograph different locations and try a few different approaches. I’ll definitely have to do that again when I see fog. Oh yes that would be tomorrow morning.