A beautiful fog hovers over a gradually melting Long Lake in Naples, Maine yesterday.
We toured the south a few weeks ago beginning in Athens, Georgia. The morning we woke up to drive to Charleston, South Carolina the trees were covered in ice and the ground was steaming. It made for unexpected, and rather unwelcome, cold temperatures, but we made the most of it. I stopped about 20 miles outside town along Highway 78 for a few shots.
On our way to taking the kids to school we always wonder what this spot will look like; fog, mist, frost, clouds, white caps, ice, snow. It’s always different. On this day we had a clear shot of Mt. Washington with a slew of ice fishing shacks in the foreground.
A friend and I walked down to the beach at Sebago Lake State Park to find a good 100′ of ice jams from the shore out to where the water began. Made for some interesting material.
Coming home from a friend’s house I stopped on the Brownfield Bridge on Rt. 160 to take these two shots looking north and south on the half-frozen Saco River.