Looked outside this morning at work and it was gloomier than usual thanks to a fairly thick fog. Fog isn’t easy to work with but when it does work, it gives a wonderfully evocative look to the photographs. So off to what has become my favorite go to location up here. Some monochrome, some color, all square Even the eagle didn't want to fly this morning... And then the drive home beckoned. One of these days, I need to work my way behind these remains and see what it looks like there. I haven’t been able to find a path yet & can’t afford to rent a canoe. Still looking though, perhaps I should fire up google earth and see what the most recent sat shots show. I’ve found it useful over the years to repeatedly return to a site and try to find different ways of seeing it. If I were still using film, this would be a great place to try and catch as a thunderhead rolled in with a red filter in place, forex. This location has become my only "go to" so far, though there are a couple of others I need to go back to again. Eventually I see a seasonal project being what I’d like to eventually do with this locaton. Four prints, probably arranged in a square of squares ; ) Problem will be finding a digital printer to work with on the project.