November 01, 2013

Fall in Indiana can be so weird.  If you were around on October 30th you most likely saw all the fog that covered the area pretty much all day.  For some reason I am really drawn to fog, and I never seem to get the opportunity to shoot any photos in it.  Usually the fog is burnt off by the time I get home from my teaching job, but not earlier this week!  While the fog was starting to lift, there was still plenty to get in some great landscape images at the local park.  When I got home from school, I only had a short time before I had to be back at school for an event that night, so I grabbed my trusty hiking partner Oscar and we headed down the road to Washington Township Park in Avon, which connects to our neighborhood via a walking path.  We seem to spend alot of time hiking and running the trails and paths in the park, so I had a pretty good idea where I wanted to go and shoot some photos.  Oscar and I spent about an hour and a half walking around the park shooting photos and smelling all the smells (Oscar, not me)

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