It was a foggy morning … and kind of spooky, too.
The fullness of life is keeping me from posting as I typically do, but after 6 yrs of blogging with WP, I am committed to this space in my world. With a goal of returning to the norm later this year, I will for now, at least share my weekly image from Monochromia.
My contribution to Monochromia this week. My comments there about this image were:
The morning found me back on the road again, and I was rushing to keep on time. This scene made me stop the truck, run across the road, and wander around shooting in the dew soaked median for just a bit.
Yet another reason to love photography … the chance to stop, to breathe, and to capture the beauty that surrounds us.
If you have visited yet, Monochromia is a blog devoted to Black & White images, with contributions made from photographers the world over.
You may remember me saying that I often head out the door in the morning without a clue as to the weather or the temperature. This morning, when driving to accomplish the mundane task of getting the oil changed in the truck, I was fortunate to witness the beauty of a foggy morning. By the time I got home an hour later, I had stopped twice to shoot the silhouette of trees and once, the beautiful view shed that Radford offers.