I’ve been hoping to catch a sunrise through fog for a long time, usually just barely missing it, or seeing it on the road without a good place to stop. It finally came together this morning. A grove of young oaks I’ve wanted to photograph also stands near my apartment. The two were perfect together, if only for a few minutes before the sun overpowered the fog.
Happy Tuesday, and thanks for looking.
Summer has begun, temperatures are high and the days following the solstice Monday are getting shorter. But those long summer evenings are still plenty long. With a lot of negative stuff in the news lately, I offer a few pieces of summer from its first week.
(Look for a story in the paper this weekend about these horseback riders.)
Happy summer, and thanks for looking.
I’ve been on a bit of a hiatus from my trek down the Razorback Greenway, but no more. With a 4-mile segment down yesterday, I’m finally to the northern edge of Fayetteville. It took me a bit longer than expected since starting in January. But it was worth the wait to see, smell and hear a particularly densely forested section of the trail as spring winds down and summer begins.
The next piece of the Greenway, whenever that comes, will finally get into segments of the I’ve never seen. You know I like that.
Thanks for looking.