There is stillness found in a foggy morning on Cadron Creek as it flows between Faulkner and Conway counties in Arkansas.
There's nothing more moody than a foggy day on the river. This black and white really gives a gloomy feel for a day of fishing or just sitting back and thinking about it.
Nothing is more peaceful and calming than catching the sun burning through dense fog on a creek bank. The only sign of disturbance is the gentle ripples across the glassy water.
This photo was exhibited internationally in the Mobile Photography Awards and the Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts POCKET VISTAS exhibit in Collingwood, Ontario during the fall of 2014.
While searching for fog on Cadron Creek in Arkansas, I found this gloomy drop of rain instead.
This lone leaf lies on the paving stones as the sun sets on another fall day.
The newness of the morning and the freshness of the day dawning is accented by these ducks as they head out into the unknown on Beaverfork Lake in Arkansas to find new experiences.
Heading into spring, this rancher planned well and is blessed with leftover bales of hay.
This pasture scene gives a sense of peace as cows graze contentedly near the pond.
This beautiful field of early fall flowers reflects the gold shining down from the sun above.
A lone fisherman sits peacefully on the dock waiting for a bite from foggy Lake Beaverfork, Arkansas.
The early morning sunrise casts shadows across the Petit Jean River Valley viewed from Mt. Magazine, Arkansas.
This farm implement sits resting in the weeds at the edge of an Arkansas pasture in Faulkner County.
The peace and calmness on the edge of a foggy lake early in the morning can only be surpassed by the peace and calmness present in the life of God's children.
A lone weed rises above the grasses and other plants around the lake. This high rise comes complete with morning dew on haphazard webs.
Walking along the tracks right after a light rain and the only thing that interrupts this shiny rail is a nice reminder of spring.