The view of Mount Norwottuck from Mount Pollux is becoming an obsession. It’s easy to get to (5 minutes from my house), requires little hiking and has an interesting profile as well as many foreground views to choose from although they are all similar I suppose.
This morning started promisingly enough as the sky was surprisingly clear at 4 a.m. By the time the sun rose, however, the mists settled in and the sunrise became filtered through some milky clouds on the eastern horizon (this view is to the South). I had hoped for the crest of Norwottuck to be lit over the mists but that didn’t come about. After walking around for a while, I saw this Goldenrod patch and decided it was worth shooting. I hope you like it.