I’m not too fond of fog when I’m driving, but when I have my camera in my hand, I love it. On one foggy morning we (Marlene, Linda, Ray and I) ventured out to two local parks hoping to get foggy images.
The fog was lifting when we arrived at Boulder Ridge park in Rocklin, but still thick enough to block the visual of most of the park. This time of the year, the trees are bare and stand tall against the fog.
This large park is popular with locals. But it was damp and cold while we were there, and the hillsides weren’t visible. When we couldn’t see the rest of the park, we left and followed in our cars to Coyote Pond in Lincoln. The fog had lifted there and the beauty of this small neighborhood park was waiting for us.
It’s great that we have such beauty easily accessible in these COVID days.
4 thoughts on “Fog, trees and pond! Boulder Ridge and Coyote Pond parks”
Nice shots here, especially the oaks. Coyote Pond looks like it is a good place to visit and wander – your photographic lines show its appeal.
Today we get some rain!
Thanks -N! You can’t wander far at Coyote Pond, but it’s a nice photographic spot. It rained here last night and this morning. Sun is shining now.
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The winter trees look very dramatic against the foggy sky!
Thank you Toonsarah! I agree!