September 23, 2013

A Foggy Farm Morning

Last Friday, I awoke to a foggy world.  Because I live in close proximity to the Cross River Reservoir, early morning fog and mist are commonplace in this area.  Fog forms because the water temperature of the reservoir is colder than the air passing over it.  If the air is cooled sufficiently, and if there is no wind blowing, the water vapor in the air starts to condense, forming a thick layer of fog.  I find it quite beautiful and I love photographing shrouded mornings.

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