When I awoke, I saw there was a thick fog. I made my grog­gy self a cup of cof­fee to take with me, put on my rub­ber boots, grabbed my cam­era gear, and walked along our small creek to this tree. 

I’ve want­ed to pho­to­graph it in the fog for a while, and it looked like this was my oppor­tu­ni­ty. The deer have a well-worn path through here, but it’s nar­row, and the wet veg­e­ta­tion soon had the legs of my jeans soaked through. 

I spent more time pho­tograph­ing this tree than I antic­i­pat­ed and was glad I had brought that cof­fee with me to enjoy while I was doing so.

"Reaching" photo by Wes Moody.
“Reaching” pho­to by Wes Moody. (Click to enlarge.)

  • Wes Moody

    Wes is a retired engi­neer. He and his wife live in rur­al Clark County with their dog and cat. He is a nature and land­scape pho­tog­ra­phy enthu­si­ast, and also enjoys hik­ing and play­ing djembe.