Misty Sunrise Around Otter Pond
After the temperature soared into the mid-sixties yesterday, a 27 degree sunrise could mean only one thing, mist over Otter Pond. The big difference between air and water temperature always produces the same result, and I wasn’t disappointed this morning. The sky was a deep blue, and frost covered the ground. A distant Roan Horsetop Mountain was framed by three Tulip Poplars that had buds but no leaves.
The mist rising off the water’s surface created whirlwinds that moved very slowly across the pond.
At times the mist obscurred the opposite shore. All of this happened in almost total silence.