Have I ever mentioned that it has been a very cold winter hereabouts? Well, it has! Since New Years, only one day has exceeded 0°C and ever so slightly at that, and as I look at the weather projections until the end of the month, there is no relief in sight.
But ... as you saw with the blue jays and other efforts, I do still force myself to head out with the camera every now and then. I make my stops brief and certainly don't fiddle and faddle much with camera settings. It's kind of a grab and dash sort of thing.
One day last week, Friday to be exact, it was both cold and bright, so I thought I would see if I could catch mist coming off the river. I caught a little, but I was too late in the day for prime time, if indeed there had been a prime time on that morning.
Here are some of my photos from that shoot, all taken within a few blocks of each other.
There was some mist rising from the above shot, and you might also catch a little through the little railway overpass, below.
This was once a mill town, and you can see why in the next two photos, which also feature some mist.
And this was one of the mills — the Boulton Brown Mill if I am remembering correctly. I am showing both a colour version and a partial monochrome version of this shot. It is now a condo building. I have never been inside, but I presume that it has been well refurbished in there.