We set out in the morning with our sketchbooks, our watercolors, and our plan.
When we got outside, the air in front of our building was weird. "What's that?" we wondered.
Then we laughed because that was fog. I guess it's been awhile since we've been in fog. (I really hope nobody heard us as we wondered aloud what the fog was! How embarrassing!)
The change in the way the air looked and felt turned our familiar walk into an adventure.
This is the spot where we planned to paint the palisades and colorful foliage we would see on the other side of the Hudson River. Our plan didn't account for the fog covering the view.
I chuckled to myself that we were experiencing what Charlotte Mason says, "Education is an atmosphere."