Monday evening this week brought a wave of fog creeping in from Lake Michigan, tiptoeing across StoneWater
Beach, up the bluff and embracing the trees, bushes, and plants of this
quiet place. Slowly yet
deliberately the fog kept coming and coming pushing across the Gardens at Waters East, creating a mood
of mystery and the unknown. The whole feeling of the gardens changed in minutes. Pretty awesome to experience.
At times the sun was completely
gone hidden by the heavy and dense fog,
at other times the filtered light added to the drama to the garden.
These pictures are only a few of the more
than one hundred photos taken during the hour of this transformation at the
You can almost “feel” the chill
in the air as the fog wraps itself around everything in view, including the
photographer. One of the
ever-changing expressions of living on this lake.
comes on little cat feet.
looking over harbor and city
A poem by – Carl Sandburg
Then the sun began to set, and the fog moved on.
Here is seen a sunset to the East
Looking West down the driveway
is the final setting sun at the Gardens at Waters East
NOTE: All photos use in this
posting were taken on the property of Gardens
at Waters East.
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