Fog Out

It's drab and dreary outside right now. The weather reminds me of the drab grey days we had even in mid-March. I'm looking forward to some beach weather.

I captured this photograph while having breakfast muffin and a cappuccino at Sakrid Coffee Roasters in Princeton. There was a soft drizzle, and a fine mist hung. I focused the camera on catching the woman who was crossing the street. A truck pulled up and parked on the corner at about the same time that a woman sat down facing the window.

I think the photograph captures the mood I was in that morning.

Author: Khürt Williams

a human, an application security architect, avid photographer, nature lover, and formula 1 fan who drinks beer.

3 thoughts on “Fog Out”

  1. This certainly is a photo that captures a mood. I love it. Maybe not being in that mood, necessarily, but I love how evocative the photo is of that mood. It's a very thoughtful sort of mood, at least for me. And I agree with Jane, the photo tells a good story.

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