Across the empty pasture the oranges of yesterdays sunrise were accented by the fog and the trees silhouettes.
Foggy days happen quite often here in our part of Texas.
Sometimes it is a thick fog and other times it is a scattered fog.
Fog is caused by the warm moist air making contact with the cool surface air and the water vapor condenses to make the fog.
Fog always seems a bit mysterious and spooky when you look at it.
Morning time is a great time to capture the day.
I love the early morning when the sun is rising and a new day is beginning.
The grass is still wet from the dew, the fog is lightly covering the pastures and the blooms of the morning glory bush on the fence line are glistening with the light shining through the purple petals.
There sits a wicker chair under the ash tree with the morning light cascading through her branches & across the grass.
The wire on the fence takes on a golden glow and the fence post is highlighted.
The birds are chirping because it is a new day and there is an occasional moo from the cows in the pasture.
I really love the simplicity of country life.
Some mornings I look outside and see something that I need to take a picture of.
This morning as the sun was rising it was foggy and I could not help but notice the cow silhouettes in the fog. You can even see the baby.
What a way to start a day!
I love living in the country with wide open spaces all around.
This foggy sunrise is a good example of what I am talking about this was taken out our backyard and this is a pasture behind us that is about 30 acres. This was taken on Saturday morning.
I have shot so many sunrises of this same location but no two are ever alike. The colors change in the sunrise just like the height of the fog changes and most of the time there is no fog. The colors change depending on the timing of the picture a few minutes can make all the difference in a sunrise or sunset picture.
This is my piece of paradise it is so tranquil and serene and the beauty never ceases to amaze me.
Life is GOOD!
I love taking pictures of freshly cut hay bails.
I was able to get a few shots in the fog early one morning after the hay had been bailed the night before.
The way they line up in rows is unique and every now you will see a few out of place.
Photographing them is a challenge sometimes.
On a foggy morning last weekend, I was outside taking a few pictures & I noticed the purple birdhouse on the fence post.
I couldn’t help but see the contrast of the birdhouse, fence, grass, and fog.
The little things we see often get overlooked for something that stood out more.
Open your eyes and truly see what is around you and that is the day your life will change forever.
I love sunrises with low lying clouds and fog.
In the first picture, I was standing up looking out at the pasture.
The second picture I squatted down and shot so I was shooting through the grass.
Sometimes just changing your position and the way your shooting changes the whole picture.