Foggy Glow

The cold spring water creates it own fog in warm, rain moistened air at Big Spring Creek Falls. (Philip A. Knouf)

The cold spring water creates it own fog in warm, rain moistened air at Big Spring Creek Falls. (Philip A. Knouf)


 

This image has a foggy glow to it which immediately caught my eye as I was driving on FR23 in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.  We had driven into rain showers just above Trout Lake Washington a couple of weeks into July on our trip to Tahklahk Lake to check out the flowers.  The temperature was in the low 70′s with the air saturated with moisture.  The rain had stopped by the time we reached this location, Big Spring Creek Falls.  The water temperature was likely in the low 40′s.  When the cold water hit the warm moist air fog was created.  Thus I felt that a tile of Foggy Glow would be appropriate.  The fog created a glowing light which caused the whole scene to look rather magical and mystical.  My most recent post of ‘Big Spring Creek Falls 1′ was taken here approximately two weeks prior.

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