Every evening, a fog rolls in over the pond and fields, and it doesn’t disappear until the sun burns it off in the morning. (I’m assuming that’s the case, since I’m asleep during them middle part.) I don’t know if it surrounds the house, too, because I can’t see any clouds of mist nearby, but the windows are usually completely covered in condensation by the morning. At any rate, it’s pretty stunning.
I wanted to get a shot of the sun-lit, foggy fields this morning, and I was surprised to see two deer standing in our (cut) hay field. A big buck, along with a doe. They watched me snap photos for a while (from very far away) and then bounded into the distance, which is why they’re not in the photo above.
This is the my 30th morning post, which was the original goal. I was really enthusiastic about it at first, but the challenge became much tougher as the month went on. I think the main problem is that I often get stuck into a project right after breakfast and forget about snapping a photo until the afternoon. So I either need to expand my goal/challenge into one photo a day, from the entire day — or I should just get better about picking up the camera and shooting whatever it is I’m up to. I’d be satisfied with either!