As autumn approaches the opportunity for foggy morning shots increases. Calm mornings where the air temperature is below that of the ground creates the perfect conditions for ground fog in low lying areas and even more so over bodies of warm water.
Tuesday morning was a calm 50 degrees and with the surface water temperature a warm 65 heavy fog blanketed the lake. As the sun rose in the eastern sky it reflected off of the calm surface of the waters in a surreal way.
The warming ray of the sun created updrafts that soon began wafting the fog upward, slowly exposing the encircling mountain.
But the best image of the morning came when all that remained was a low cloud obscuring the breastwall. The beauty was incredible, sky, fog and land meets water, reflecting perfectly in mirror image.
These are the moments I live for, those fleeting moments of incredible natural beauty.