Spring Fog

Fog is common in spring near the icy waters of Lake Michigan as summer’s humid warmth battles winter’s cold wind. On a foggy day last week I set out with an idea of exploring the silhouetted shapes of oak trees. When I got to the lake, I realized that the foggy landscape gave me a lot more to think about.

Week 1 Fog-4

The woods viewed through fog become achromatic and mysterious, with promising hints of green barely visible.



Even though the visual hints of spring were limited, hidden birds performed as a magnificent orchestra.


Week 1 Fog-2

The way ahead is uncertain; are there treasures and insights to be found in the mist, or merely the possibility of getting lost?


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