Sanderson Photo Art

Images and photography blog of Peter Sanderson

Posts tagged ‘Mead Wildlife Area’

Sunrise on the Mead

 

The lowlands of the Mead Wildlife Refuge are often shrouded in an early morning ground fog such as in today’s image.  The fog was not thick enough to obscure close at hand landscape features but was just enough to scatter the early morning light into a beautiful reddish glow.  I could include the rising sun in the image as it’s intensity was reduced by both the fog and distant tree branches.  The conditions allowing this image do not often happen and do not last but a few moments.

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Fall’s First Breath

Ever notice how a cold morning in the fall seems so much colder than the same temperature during the spring?  Part of the reason is that there is much more moisture in the air during early fall. If you are lucky enough to be outside during the beginning of a new fall day when the temperature has dropped below freezing for the first time during the season, you will notice frost covering the landscape. The first breaths of the morning seems to coat everything in front of  you.

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