Great day in the morning

The average episode of going out to shoot is at least satisfying.  There are a few times that don’t get up to that level, but there are others that exceed it.  Today set a new standard.

Four of us from Photo Venture Camera Club went to Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge this morning.  It is hunting season there and we were confined to just a part of the area.  This, however, was more than enough.

There was a nice fog this morning which fortunately was still largely present when we arrived.  It helped produce photographs reminiscent of Michael Kenna’s work.

As the morning went on the fog lifted and the light was sweet.

The opportunity to be there was a great reward and to actually bring home images that in some way reflect what it was like is over the top.

What a great way to spend a morning.

I’ll be going back.