Morning Fog

IMG_5144.JPGI’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.

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IMG_5186.JPGHappy Tuesday, and thanks for looking.

Dan

First of the Season

_C1_6315.JPGSummer 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.

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_C1_6202.JPG(Look for a story in the paper this weekend about these horseback riders.)

Happy summer, and thanks for looking.

Dan

Back to the Greenway

IMG_5101.JPGI’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.

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IMG_5116.JPGThe 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.

Dan