A short trip to Three Lakes, Wisconsin to pick up my exhibit work gave me the chance to slip out one foggy morning, race around areas unfamiliar roads with hopes of finding some "eye candy". As the sun continued to rise and the fog started to dissapate I was starting to get a little concerned. My mind is calling for patience, but knowing that I would be leaving the next morning didn't make things any easier.
A few more turns and bends in the road brought me to Seven Mile Lake with one lone goose on the lake obviously waiting for me to arrive. Wisconsin has so many areas of silence and I had just fallen into one of them. So quiet that I do believe I could hear the sun rise and clouds moving. It's hard not to just stand in awe of the scene, but time was of the essence as the scene, the light, the fog was changing rapidly.
This image was processed as an HDR image in Photomatix and later processed in Photoshop CS6 CC as well as NIK Color Efex Pro.
We need enjoy all the moments we're given as days pass to years, then to decades, then to centuries and our lives are only a dot on the timeline.
Enjoy the summer breezes and the shimmering sunsets.
Sic 'em Bears". The Baylor football season is just around the corner!
For more views of my work visit;
Arts On Grand, Spencer, Iowa http://www.artsongrand.org/
Lanesboro Art Center, Lanesboro, Minnesota www.lanesboroarts.org
Summer Wind Gallery, Arnolds Park, Iowa