With a conscience effort to be more active with my photography, I decided to wake up early and do something I have been thinking about for a while: astrophotography. So, this particular morning, I woke up at 3am and moved out to Pine Mountain. Its about 35-minutes away and pretty secluded, which helps with the light pollution.
Skies, this morning, were clear and the humidity and temps were low - all of which makes for good astrophotography conditions. As a first time crack at it, I thought it all came out pretty successful.
After playing around with shooting the night sky, I decided to go back to Columbus and photograph the sunrise at a lake I jogged around last night. I went to the lake at Cooper Creek Park (which runs primarily East - West) to a point I figured would have a good view of the lake with the sunrise over the horizon.
Although I didn't wait for the sun to peak over the horizon, I did get a nice sunrise shot. Its unfortunate, though, that the myst didn't stand out a bit more.