Being someone who loves foggy sunrises, I always considered myself fortunate to live fairly near to Bong State Park in Wisconsin. You are almost guaranteed about 150 foggy sunrises a year. I made the SR below at that location and like usual, it made for a nice abstract.
Starting in mid February and continuing into June, nature photographers all over North America have been/will be making pictures like the one below. There is nothing like the male Red-winged Blackbird to let you know that it is spring. This species was one of the very first I ever photographed and I would bet that this is true of many other photographers.
I have always admitted that when I construct photo/text packages I do so my own sort of way. I break most grammatical rules as I insist on writing the way I speak. In the beginning I used to label pictures the traditional way. If the photo had a title I would place that text on top of the picture in caps and sometimes in bold. If I wanted to write an information caption I would place that at the bottom. For some reason I began this blog putting any reference to a photo on the top. Ninety some blogs down the road, there is little point of changing now. Just a little info on the workings of my disturbed mind.
I appreciate having each of you visit Earth Images Blog! Time is a fleeting thing and I place yours as a high value commodity. Stop for just a moment today and appreciate nature. Approach it with an open mind and I promise you that you’ll have a “moment” worth keeping.