A few days ago we had a thick fog in the morning. I headed out just before daylight to beat the traffic into the Roaring Fork Motor Trail. The fog was still thick when I started around the loop. But the leaf-lookers were still in bed, so there was no traffic! I stopped the car and took the picture above with the headlights illuminating the scene.
The image below was taken on the same morning after the fog lifted just a little and the light brightened. This is one of my favorite stops along the Roaring Fork loop. It’s a stand of poplars that have taken over what was no doubt once a homesteader’s farm field.
Please stop in and visit me to see the complete display of Smoky Mountain Photography at the William Britten Gallery in Gatlinburg, TN.