Earlier tonight I goofed and did a post to this blog when I meant to post to my other one. Shoot... I thought I could make it through the year without making a mistake. So I'm doing a little post to keep from having the mistaken post show up on blog lists.
I love to capture things engulfed in fog. Fog is like an extra filter and it does some nice things with the available light. Early Wednesday morning I drove to Eugene to work. The temperature was in the mid 30's (F) which kept me off the bike. Of course it warmed up to the low 50's during the day but I wimped out on the 90 minute morning ride in the cold.
Of course driving allowed me to click some photos of what I normally see on the ride but without the risk.
I like the two prominent colors of early morning highway travel, red and white, accentuated here by the fog. They remind me of the positive and neutral wires in electricity. A hot wire and a neutral wire. An open wire and a return wire. Okay before you think I was hallucinating or in some groggy early morning state, I was just enjoying what the fog was doing with the light.
It also reminded me of traveling on vacations with my parents when I was a child. I would peak over the front seat and see the red and white flow. The fog causes some tunnel vision and brings emphasis to the colorful movements.
I hope your highways are fog-free and remember... stay on the red side.