While going through doing some backups last weekend, I came across a number of images I did not post. This is one from the High Falls in Tettegouche State Park. I made my way to the park for sunrise one day in July. Sunrise is the best time to be at these extremely popular falls, do to the lack of people getting out that early in the morning. I ran into a few photographers on my way out from the shoot.
The forecast called for clouds this morning, and with the time of year, the sunrise was set to be over the eastern edge of the Mississippi Headwaters. It was also supposed to be chilly, so I was hoping on some fog rising from the lake. The temp was below 30 degrees as I took to the path leading to the headwaters, and the fog was rising from the river. Unfortunately, the clouds failed to appear, but the fog thickened up as the sun rose. This gave a nice, diffused sun and some minor flaring of the rays. Below is the results of the morning: