Fog

Disappears
Disappears

We had an epic fog on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, heavy overcast and a fog that didn’t clear as the day warmed, but grew denser by night and overnight on Christmas Eve. Late in the morning on Christmas it finally began to thin, and it was clear the sun was shining above it. I’ve never seen fog like that, and driving around through that time was very disorienting!

Fog
Fog

My DSLR needs a repair and cleaning, one of the reasons I quit posting here last month. I only have a bad cell phone camera to take photos, but I couldn’t pass up the fog when the sun began to shine through it.

The Light Returns
The Light Returns

I typically take a walk on the Panhandle Trail on Christmas Day, and this year, knowing I didn’t have my camera and I wouldn’t enjoy it as much, I decided I’d look for some black and white film and take my old Pentax K1000. But I couldn’t find any! The idea is in my head now, though. I’ll get my digital camera fixed next week, but it’s been years since I shot a roll of black and white and I’m looking forward to it.

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