Saturday morning I headed to Harkness Pond in my hometown which is also the site of an old farm, Wentworth Farm, which is now a conservation area. I was hoping to photograph Tansy but arrived a few days too late. This has been such an odd year with endless rain one week followed by endless 90°+F/32°+C so basing flowering times on previous years just is not working. Even the blueberry field where I pick is way ahead and the berries are overripe. Here’s a Tansy from the archives.But, this post says we are to see fog. It was quite foggy and I had noticed this particular maple one autumn but was not successful at that time. In fog it works a lot better.I am pretty pleased with that. I tried several compositions but this works the best, I think. The mood is carried and it would have been ok with someone fishing from the point but I am happier without. I know a current trend is to have a person in the landscape but it is not my taste. I’ll leave that for another photographer.