Annie and I went to Shenandoah National Park this past weekend. Unfortunately, there were very small windows between thick fog.
Since I got a new lens, Annie wanted to take some self portraits. I had to lug around a heavy ass tripod, but the photos actually turned out pretty good (except for the overcast and fog).
I figured since there was so much fog, I might was well make the best of it and shoot some pics of the ride too. Wish my buddy Mark was here to see it.
And of course, the classic foggy tree. No haze filter—this is how it actually looked.
And finally, an opening. This window lasted for about 15 minutes. As you can see, the trees haven’t peaked yet.
And the tunnel. You could actually see the fog rolling over the side.
When there were windows of visibility, it was a fun drive.
But you always had to be on the look out for wild life. Yeh, those are wild turkeys.
And Annie, with all her self portraits.