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The morning of the long weekend arrived and I woke up late. As I was having breakfast I noticed the fog outside and suddenly remembered I had wanted to take a photo of trees on a foggy morning the previous winter. Because of work I couldn't spare the time to do so. This was the first foggy morning I had seen this year. On the very day I'd set aside for taking photos and the fog was still there at 9.30!!
As I set off in the car the song "How lovely are Thy dwelling places" by Bin A Soto came into my mind and my hopes were high, but the fog had lifted from where I thought I would get some good shots. I decided to go on to the lake. The closer I got to the lake the more fog there was. I parked the car and headed towards the water. There was a cross silhouetted against the white of the fog. It was stunningly beautiful.
A man walked past and commented on how cold it was. I replied "but very pretty." The directional lines lead to the cross which is formed by two contrasting lines (a flag pole) that make a statement that wouldn't have been so poignant if the fog hadn't minimized the background noise.