Our weather is turning warm which was a shock to all of the cold air, ground, and pavement in the area. The good news for me was that usually when this happens, the fog is everywhere with tendrils creeping into trees, buildings, bridges, etc., that you don't normally get to see during "stable weather" times of the year. So...off I went just before sunrise to visit my local lake in hopes of finding a mysterious mist. I was a bit underwhelmed probably because my expectations were too high, sigh. The mist was in the air but not thick and certainly no tendrils or mystery. The ceiling was well over 500 feet and visibility was at least a mile so things just weren't all that foggy. But the moisture in the air was dripping off this dying flower (in the first shot). Looking back over the lake the empty dock and the empty train trestle did match the mood of the high mist. A little further on was the carousel with hand carved horses from the 1930s. Empty, too.
Morning fog drips from flower at Lake Accotink.Morning fog drips from flower at Lake Accotink. Lake Accotink dockLake Accotink dock Lake Accotink train trestle and park benchLake Accotink train trestle and park bench Lake Accotink CarouselLake Accotink Carousel
Very nice, Lee! Always love your pix!
Really nice, Lee. I especially like the first 3. Love the dewy magnolia. Poor thing got nipped. And that’s pretty tricky how you left a bit of color at the bottom of the bridge shot.
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