Yesterday morning as I was getting the kids ready for school I noticed that there was a dull gray light seeping between the slats of the closed shutters- instead of the golden-pink glow that I've been enjoying for the last week or so. This could only mean one thing- and that's fog. I love fog. Some people find it dreary and depressing but I find it tranquil and beautiful. After I dropped the kids off at school I had about a half hour to take some photos. I couldn't wait. Here are just a few photos that I took yesterday morning.
On the way to school...
Near the sea...
Here's a barrel left by fishermen, the coals still smoldering from earlier in the morning.
The red boat of which I've taken so many photos, now I have a photo of it in the fog.
A walk through our olive grove.
The field- normally we have a view of Mt. Olympus & the sea.
Tarzan looking out into a field of fog.
And finally of my favorites from this shoot, a spiderweb made visible by the moisture in the air. I would love a macro lens for days like this, I can only imagine how beautiful this would be if the droplets were apparent.