In a fog (7)

Most people look for the sacred in the unusual and the often dramatic, supernatural experience.  But the irony is that the Divine mysteries are found in the ordinary, the mundane and the natural aspects of life — softly whispering to us.

~ Ted Andrews

I went out into the fog this morning for my walk.  It’s a thick fog.  The pond seemed have disappeared until I was practically walking in it.

My walk this morning was a lovely, peaceful, quiet kind of walk.  It was a good way to start the day.

A couple of weeks ago, Bo at Seeded Earth Studio started a series titled Why Photography? She put out a call for guest posts and I am one of those who happily volunteered.  Please join me over there to read my post:  Seeing in Frames.  You’ll also get to see one of the Colorado photos that I’ve been saving for a special occasion.  Thank you, Bo, for the opportunity to share my views and one of my photos.

(Peering through the fog at the reflections in the pond.)

I played around with a couple of the fog shots I took this morning.  The one just above was tinted and flipped (it’s a reflection of a tree in the pond and should be upside down).  I like the way the tinting and the fog combined to create a vignette effect and some graininess.