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Today’s post comes from the archives. This image was shot back in August of last year while on a camping trip.
We were camping on the Mogollon Rim which is about 90 miles from Phoenix. It is a great summer time get away as its elevation is around 7,000 feet featuring mountainous country with beautiful pine trees. Much better than the 110 degree heat in Phoenix.
To make a long camping story short, the rain brought some of the thickest fog I have ever seen. The kind of fog where you are driving about 10mph because you can’t see the road in front of you. Awesome for pictures though. 🙂
You can not see it, but there is a forest back behind those few trees you see in the picture. Crazy thick fog.
This image intrigues me despite the fact of its simple composition, I still find myself staring at it for lengths on end. It’s as if I’m staring into the mist waiting to see what will come out.
Until next time..