Yesterday’s fog along the Mohawk got me out taking photos at 7 AM, when it was a bit too foggy for optimal effect, and then an hour later, when the fog was mostly lifted.
The result was a variety of images that seem like an excellent way to spotlight the last full day of a summer that was often rainy and cool, but also offered many near-perfect, refreshing sunny days. [As always, scroll over a photo for a brief description and click on it for a larger version.] I’m not going to offer any commentary, since the photos seem to speak for themselves — for example, this series of a rower traversing the almost fog-free stretch of the Mohawk and Stockade between the foggier Western Gateway Bridge and the CSX rail trestle (at 8:30 AM):
Riverside Park scenes between 7 and 7:30 AM, Sept. 21, 2009 . . . . .