I knew there would be fog. The temperatures were high enough for yesterday’s snow to sublime away, leaving a heavy mist in its place. We had a two-hour delay for school this morning, just on the off-chance that icy patches still remained. It was as good an opportunity as I was going to get for taking some shots in the fog.
I left home at close to my normal time. Instead of I-85, I took the long way down Wade Hampton and through Greer. Since I had time, I circled through Greer and snapped a couple of shots. I was aiming for something moody, but just didn’t see what I wanted. On the road from Greer to Duncan, I shot out the window, hoping to catch something. If I didn’t have traffic on my tail, I would have pulled over and shot more.
When I did get to the office, I was the only one there. Everyone else was taking the two-hour delay seriously. I figured some breakfast and a bit more down time was in order, so I wandered over to the Lyman Cafe for eggs, grits and bacon.
Suitably refreshed and delayed, I headed back to the office. I had time to pause at the railroad tracks just before the river to take this shot. With the fog, I considered it suitable moody.