I had gotten up at zero dark thirty to drive to view the sunrise at Jonsrud Viewpoint. Admittedly I was initially perturbed that there was fog in the valley that morning but the more I looked at it as the sunrise developed the more I was intrigued by the delicate glimpses of the forest and river below. It wasn’t at all what I was expecting! I will revisit this at a later date. This doesn’t do that morning justice. Fog is a tough bugger but I learned what I needed to learn.
Sennelier watercolors on 9" x 14" Arches 140# hot press cotton paper.