Fall is fading but that is normal for this time of the year.
However, some of the colors hang on in the oaks and maples.
The other morning the fog was very thick in the valleys.
After living here for nearly 20 years, I know that the fog will generally rise to the ridge tops after the sun has risen.
So I took a gamble and went out to find what might be a good spot to watch over the valley.
However Mother Nature was not co-operating with me. She insisted on bringing in the fog faster and thicker than I thought she should.
So I did what some photographers like to do...if the view in front isn't good, then turn around and see what is happening.
Riley road seemed to disappear off the edge of the earth!
I figured the morning would be a wash so I started home and the sun took that moment to break through layers of fog.
This is the same spot only looking back east.
Then I headed out the ridge further.
After I took this, the fog socked me in and I knew that I wouldn't get any more good shots.
So I headed home and imagine my surprise after the fog cleared about an hour later.
Stunning blue skies with pure white clouds. I shot this looking up at the birch trees near the bottom of our driveway.
And the day turned out to be incredibly beautiful!
Today however I intend to take a trip to the valley and see what the creek has to offer and what colors and interesting things that Morris and I can find there.
Fall is fading and we are moving into the 'brown' season as I call it.