Tuesday, March 28, 2017
The Fog and Trees
It was a bit after suppertime when I went out to do an errand. I drove by this golf course - it's a place I drive and cycle by almost once a day. But this time it was raining and late in the day, and the light was fading, and there was this light fog in and among the trees. I think it was the darkness and fog that got me to stop. The killer is that the golf course is surrounded by a chain link fence and there are bushes growing up above the fence. So the problem is to find a place where I could see over the fence and through the bare branches. I had to hold the camera above my head, and push my arms through the branches and then shoot in the blind. Then I would bring the camera back and look at what I had shot. Then I would make a pointing adjustment, and shoot again. Well, it worked, but this is photographing the hard way.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 7:33 PM