Having woken up at 4AM to make a sunrise trek from New Jersey to Ricketts Glenn, I had tripod in hand and was ready to capture mirror-like images of the morning sun hitting the horizon over Lake Jean. However, that wasn’t to be, the dense fog rendered visibility to about 20 feet. Not a problem! When interesting atmospheric and weather conditions occur you just roll with the punches!
The above photo was taken with the Tamron 18-270mm VC Lens and the Canon EOS M Compact Systems Camera with the shutter at 5seconds, an aperture of F/13, and ISO 100. Taken in Aperture Priority Mode with -1/3 exposure compensation dialed in. Carbon fiber tripod, Spot Metering, 2-second delay, Auto White Balance, RAW image format.