On Thanksgiving Monday morning we awoke to no wind with a clear cold sky. The resulting radiation fog hovered just below 0ºC and coated much of the landscape with frost crystals.
Here are a few examples of what it looked like. Some are quite interesting when viewed full size. Click on the image to magnify it.
Behind the house, looking east:
Swamp near the new railway underpass between Key River and Hwy 522.
Looking East and South East from Hwy 69 at Clear Lake (Grundy Lake Provincial Park):
These three are challenging back-lit images, which are often described as “no-nos” by some conventional landscape photographers.
Although the above are difficult to expose properly I find them at least as engaging as the following conventional landscape imagery taken 4 1/2 minutes later looking North from Hwy 522:
Irene’s fall decorations enhance the drive into Britt:
Fall is a beautiful time of the year!