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We went up to the White Mountains for a long weekend of hiking and some photography in mid August. On this particular morning I rose early and saw a fog so thick I couldn't see more than 100 feet. I slowly drove up through Pinkham Notch on the East side of Mt Washington and stopped at Glen Ellis Falls. As I hiked down into the gorge the fog was resting over the top creating a fantastic atmosphere. I arranged this composition using the river to lead up to the falls in the background. I adjusted my polarizer to keep some of the reflected light on the rocks and tree leaves. I used by photo bag as a weight to hold the tripod still while standing in the shallow river.