I was working on a photoshoot for a hunting supplies catalog cover this afternoon at the South Spit in Loleta. Chelsea was modeling some of their products and then since it was a nice day (compared to how cold it has been lately) we continued working on some other projects until sunset when it really did get too cold to continue. It was shaping up as a nice sunset, so I took a few pictures and then I needed to head back to the studio to have it open for Ferndale’s Hospitality Night, the official opening of the Christmas season. On the drive back into Ferndale, the farmlands were blanketed in a thick layer of ground fog. The cows appeared to be floating through the clouds, as the fog was only about 2-3 feet high, but very thick. Sort of looked like a rock and roll stage show. It was very cool, and I was so tempted to stop and take some pictures, but I resisted. Then all night everyone was talking about how cool the fog was and I wished I had stopped for at least one picture.