I headed out a few days ago to Shenandoah National Park on a morning when the fog was so thick at my house that I couldn’t see the road in front of me. But, I sensed that when I got out of the foothills and up into the mountains, I would have some awesome photography opportunities. What a morning it was! I drove north to the little town of Sperryville and found spotty fog along the way. Then I drove through the clouds into the Park where I found sunny skies and dense clouds below. I stopped often as I headed south toward Big Meadows. When I arrived at the meadow, the fog and cloud cover were so thick that there were no photo ops. In a matter of four hours, I felt that I had spent several days on Skyline Drive because of the changing conditions. But, it did not disappoint me. The Park never does.