My attempt to document 40 sunrises in Eastern Cincinnati. Spring 2011.

Sunrise 101: Ault Park (Autumn Fog #2)

Another strange foggy sunrise picture

Ault Park’s Centeral Lawn & Garden

A quick post for this morning. I was surprised to find another foggy sunrise in the park. My alarm actually crashed during the night so I woke up right at sunrise. Luckily the fog had my back and hid the sun from view for about half an hour. The fog was misty down in Mt. Lookout, but just beyond the entrance to the park the fog was pretty thick.

A hazy orange sunrise at the entrance to Ault Park

A foggy Heekin Overlook

Looking back into the park from Heekin Overlook

It’s strange, seeing the foggy sunrise with blue skies high above

Sunrise 101: Out of the Fog

This is the view out towards Lunken Airfield.

The trusty ‘ol steed at Heekin Overlook

The rest of the park was slowly coming out of the fog. There was quite a bit of activity, we had several joggers and pedestrians enjoying the chilly morning.

No idea, but I felt compelled to capture it. Thanks Portia.

Heading out of the park, we can see the sun is finally burning away the fog. There are several trees that are starting, just barely, to change colors for the fall.

In several pockets of the neighborhood there are these century-old magnificent oak trees. Like this one.

And this one! I have a feeling these suckers *love* these autumn fogs.

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3 responses

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