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Fog Photograph - Misty Morning Road by Wendy J St Christopher

Misty Morning Road is a photograph by Wendy J St Christopher which was uploaded on December 14th, 2011.

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This image is really peaceful for me, Wendy. I love that period just before sunrise and just before sunset that are so restful.

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I love the mood of this one. I'm a sucker for fog and mist and this has both. Beautifully done.

Thank you kindly, Dale. I, too, am a Fool for Fog and have been known to leave my warm bed in the wee, cold hours, just so I don't miss it! :-) The fog on this stretch of highway was incredible, swirling up around the cars and 18-wheelers like something created by a special effects team. I couldn't resist pulling over and shooting, while being buffeted by the winds and noise of the passing trucks. It was an awesome, pulse-pounding experience, and has become a favorite memory. :-)

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