I was sleeping so peacefully this morning when the phone rang. I rolled over to get the phone and saw it wasn’t even 8:00AM. The caller was my son, calling to alert me to the fact that in the Oak Hollow area, there was fog. Not skimpy fog but dense fog. The kind of fog that photographers love. I then called my sister and told her to hurry and get dressed we were going on a photoshoot followed by breakfast at Biscuitville. The first to greet me was a Great Blue Herron  flying across the lake close by and setting in on the retaining wall along the shore. Already there were several fishermen in their boats as well as a few folks practicing rowing for an upcoming team rowing competition to be held this Saturday, Oct 1.  There was one guy who was rowing on his own.  He made a wonderful subject to photograph.

On the way out of the marina area, I pulled over on the wrong side of the road to photograph a paddling of ducks. I had to look that one up!  You can tell which duck is the boss. Also, they got into several spats while I was watching.

Great Blue Heron
Great Blue Heron
Gaggle of Geese on an early morning flight.
Gaggle of Geese on an early morning flight.
A paddle of ducks spatting
A paddle of ducks spatting
Paddle of Ducks
Paddle of Duck
Look who's boss
Look who’s boss

Row Row Row Your Boat

Fishing in the fog at Oak Hollow Lake
Fishing in the fog at Oak Hollow Lake
Early Morning Fishing in the mist
Early Morning Fishing in the mist

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