This morning I had to be in Klagenfurt. We left at 7:10am in bright sunshine and entered dense fog after about 10 km, half way to Klagenfurt.
It’s funny. I grew up in that town, and as long as I lived there, I did not know what a beautiful autumn could be. There was fog, always only fog.
Today at 8:10am I left Klagenfurt on the highway A2 along Carinthia’s most famous lake, Wörthersee, heading west. I was sure that the fog would end before the end of the lake, and I was right. In Velden I was able to shoot a series of images of boats in receding fog, this was the one I liked most. Nikon 18-200 at 18mm and f8, shot with a polarizer.
Later this day I was swimming, and it is still possible, but when I’m honest, I have to admit that “Summer’s Almost Gone“. And this is also a song from The Doors’ probably most underrated album “Waiting for the Sun“.