Monday, July 28, 2014

The Photo Bin - July 2014


This is, perhaps, the calm before the storm. The photos have been thin, the posts thinner. It's been a quiet summer.

But that's about to change. A new camera's arrived and there's some serious fishing just 'round the corner. Each should quicken the pulse and, hopefully, provide the sparks of inspiration that drive what goes on around here.

Ready or not, it's time to get going again.


In the meantime, here's a trio of shots from last week's misty morning on Virginia's Smith. Having your feet in the water and your head in the clouds is hard to beat - even when the browns are tight-lipped. And it's particularly nice when shared with good company, yet with just a few steps you can be alone in the fog once again.

The best of both worlds.


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6 comments:

Kevin Frank said...

I thought about going to that river to beat the heat. Did you see many other anglers? Nice pics by the way.

Mike Sepelak said...

Thanks, Kevin. Just Bill and I. But it was a weekday and even if they were there, who'd have seen them in that fog?

Ross Brecke said...

"Feet in the water and head in the clouds" my favorite form of communion with almighty...

Mike Sepelak said...

Amen, brother. And now that you mention it, Ross, if I ever write a book, that might just make a great title.

Pond Stalker said...

Mike, totally agree with you. Something about the aura makes it a great time to be outdoors. Happy hook ups to you..................

Mike Sepelak said...

And to you, Mel!