Life has been a little overwhelming lately, but even though I haven't had as much time to post or comment in the last few weeks, I have been taking lots of photos. These are from a few weeks ago, but today's article about fog photography made me think of them.
When I visited the Chattahoochee Nature Center's butterfly exhibit, I intentionally parked over a mile away because I wanted to get out early, but the park gates don't open until 9 a.m. So I figured I'd kill a little time walking along the Roswell Riverwalk, which leads right up to the park. The Chattahoochee is usually shrouded in fog in the mornings, and it was especially beautiful seeing it in the day's first light.
I didn't realize it until I returned to the car later, but I parked across from the Atlanta Rowing Club, which explained why I saw several rowboats passing by.
The part of the riverwalk I visited was mostly a boardwalk, but in a few places it switched to sidewalks and foot paths.
There were a lot of hibiscus/marsh mallow plants blooming along the bank.
The nature center also owns a private riverfront trail area, so after I saw the butterflies, I went to check that out and met a mama deer and fawn. :)
I've been back to different parts of the Chattahoochee chasing fog twice since this visit. One of these days I'll get around to sharing the rest of those photos!