Yesterday morning, I decided to go back to Mt. Vernon for a second photo outing, to capture the sunrise. To recap, last week photo outing in Mt. Vernon was a near disaster, where I was nearly swept away by a gale force winds.
So yesterday morning I tried again to Mt. Vernon. But alas, it was not wind that foils my attempt but fog!
I can only see up to 10 meters in front of me. And I can’t actually see the peak. I have to climb half way up to be able to see the shape of the peak.
As I climb higher, the fog envelope the whole scene in front of me.
I thought that the fog can be thicker, but once I reached the top, it gets thicker!
My only ‘real’ landscape photo is when I was climbing the slope, and there was a small break in the fog, showing me Quail Island.
Well, not such a bad photo outing. I get to be soaked in the fog, and the feeling of being alone within the fog, compound the feeling of solitude. I love it! Will be back to try again.