20 Jan 14. Always playing weather roulette here in the PNW, we took last Thursday to be a good opportunity to go up north and shoot some geese as well as other items. Our first item was to be the Snow Geese on Fir Island in the morning, especially with a nice fog adding to the ambiance, but as none were to be found, at least in the morning, we headed north crossing HWY 20 where we would generally go east looking for Bald Eagles. This time however I was looking for a group of old hulks on the banks of one of the sloughs to be found in the area. I've shared these hulks before in a series of HDR images, but on this occasion I wanted to shoot them in the fog. By the time I found them the fog was all but gone, but then, so were the hulks. None of the four remained from my last visit although there were still two to be seen, one so far gone that it was all but invisible, and the other looking like it had be through a tsunami. I took just three shots, all hand held, as it didn't look to be all that promising of an opportunity. After getting back home and downloading the files from the camera, I took a close look and decided that one of them wasn't all that bad, and that's what I'm sharing for today. The foggy look didn't really work as I would have desired, so I did some color enhancement to get the blue tarp back to the color I know it should be (I own several) and let everything else fall into place. The fog was to disappear moments after I took this shot, but it played tag with us all day, appearing and then disappearing, even until we made our way back home into more fog. Nikon D300s; 18 - 200; Aperture priority; ISO 200; 1/200 sec @ f / 9.