Fog over the marsh

Sunday morning, September 22nd, my son and I woke up early, looking out the window we’re observed fog. This made us happy and getting dressed, we went out to capture images of the fog. All the photos that I made in the fog were taken with my Nikon Z7, and the “Kit Lens” the 24-70 F/4, to me is a solidly built and excellent lens. What makes the combination great is the powerful in-body 5-axis VR image stabilization is applied to whatever NIKKOR Z Lens you’re using. Up to five stops3 of image stabilization in up to five directions—yaw, pitch, roll, X, and Y. The images of the white-tailed deer which I used my Nikon D500 and Tamron 18-400 lens. All the pictures were handheld.

In some areas, the fog was thin and in other areas heavy. The pictures that I took of the sun trying to break through were done as the car was moving along route 44 E.

White-tailed deer feeding in the cornfield
Fog! White-tailed deer feeding in the cornfield with one deer running away.
From machinery in the fog
Hay bales in the fog
Oliver Mill Park in the fog
Oliver Mill Park in the fog
Sun rays in the fog
Sun trying to break through the fog

When we reached Plymouth, the skies cleared and we had sunny skies for the rest of the morning.