I like to walk early in the morning before the "world" wakes up to a new day. Other than the middle of the night, it's the best time for me to collect my thoughts. This image is of a golf course near where I'm staying. I had walked by this spot several mornings and noticed that the fog would roll through.
Today, I decided to return with my camera and tripod. I was hoping for fog. I wanted to show the fog moving through the scene and still be able to make out the bridge on the left. The shot before this one wasn't foggy enough and the one after this was too foggy. You couldn't even see the bridge. I processed this image in Lightroom and Nik Silver Efx Pro to add a little more contrast and a grainy "film" feel. I was going for that look of a 1920s Paris art pic. Missed the mark on that one, but I still like the mood it conveys.
This is my seventh year posting to this blog! Can you believe it? I want to thank each of you for taking a moment out of your day to read my posts. I've had more than 13,500 page views by readers in 37 countries around the world. It's fun to think of folks living in places so different than mine, checking out my blog.
Take the time to explore the world around you. You don't need to go far, just let the "travel spirit" move you. See you on the road less traveled.
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