It was very foggy this morning as Mia and I set out for our daily adventure. It is rare when that I am able to start shooting before leaving the driveway, but the little sliver of the moon hanging over the roofline of our home was just too good to pass up.
While the days are still quite warm, you can start to feel the coming fall at this time of day and as the world starts to brighten up, shades of red and yellow can be seen on some of the deciduous trees. Fall is my favourite time of year and I look forward to it.
Not a lot of animals today, just a rabbit, the eagle on its normal perch near the Long Sault end of the parkway, a couple deer on the driving range, and the ever-present geese. Oh, and a live skunk (in the middle of the road), who appeared to be locked and loaded as we drove by. Fortunately Mia didn't see it.
Mornings like this are wonderful; the fog/mist adds an air of fantasy to the world, leaving you to wonder just what lies around the next corner. Various species of birds are starting to gather, preparing for their annual migration (don't forget ArriveCAN).
Not sure what the actual numbers will reveal, but in my opinion there doesn't seem to be as many campers in the parks this year. Their loss in not visiting, but I can't say that I mind being the only vehicle on the parkway from 5:00 until 6:00.
A week left in August, two weeks until classes resume and only four months till Christmas Eve. Don't know where the time goes.