A gray winter day, no sunrise, heavy overcast, hazy foggy vistas, dead light. Since it wasn't a fit day for light hunting, I did a little bluff hunting along Fly Gap Road and White Rock Mountain Road, and noodled along long enough that we eventually made it to White Rock Mountain itself, where there was some frozen fog still visible on the highest trees.
It was cold and blustery as I squeezed off a few shots from the southwest overlook. Then I called it an early day and headed home.
After all, I just might need to make an early start tomorrow.
Today's Back Light was taken on Lick Branch on the same beautiful rainy fall day in 2002 as the Back Light in the last post.