The view during an evening boat ride to dinner. Friday’s blue moon in Pisces will be at it’s fullest about 10 CST. You can read more here at The 11th House.
One of my favorite pleasures in life is watching fog roll in and be burned off by the sun. Fall Creek Falls Lake is the perfect place for this as you can easily wake up and go onto your balcony at the Fall Creek Fall Inn and watch this wonder of nature. This morning was especially lovely with the cold temps, the bare trees, the trees still holding onto their orange and red leaves, a beautiful sky reflecting into the water and of course thick rolling fog.
Chasing rainbows…. while this is a faint rainbow, one can see where it begins and ends on Old Hickory Lake.
Waking up this morning I could feel it. The damp cold of what promised to be a beautiful foggy morning in this amazing neighborhood of mine. As Bear and I walked around the corner of Jones and 8th by the church heading toward the lake I could only see the trees in the foreground. Thick, dense fog covered the lake blocking my views of the other side; the sun was just beginning to burn off the blanket. Bear and I continued on our walk joining up with Cindy and Molly and as we made our way back up Riverside we slid behind Di’s house and up on the deck. This is the vantage point of the first image and then headed a couple houses down to Shane’s to check out the vista from his yard and the last images were created. I love the fog when I don’t have to drive in it and can just enjoy the anticipation of what will be presented to me once the sun does his job.