Fog was abundant in the early morning of last Sunday (1/1/12) in Southeast Texas.
I remember always being drawn to the fog, with the exception of a few years of my youth...thank you John Carpenter. So, right after breakfast I began driving around, hoping something would pull my attention. In the suburbs, you have to really search for photo opportunities because it can be difficult to find something without obscurities, such as power lines (unless you want power lines to be part of your composition). Then I remembered Bay Area Park's wooden walkway out over part of Armand Bayou. I have taken many photos at this location because I love the numerous dead trees and the wetlands themselves. Fog is one of the conditions that I had not yet photographed in this setting. Also, on this particular morning, the fog and humidity enabled water beads to form on the numerous spider webs.
I believe my decision to go back to this location was a win win.
Full Bay Area Park gallery on Google+
Fog or mist adds mystery to just about any landscape composition. Especially if it contains cool dead trees.
“There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.” -Ernst Haas
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