5 on 5: The One About A Foggy Morning

On Monday morning I was at my Camp Gladiator workout nice and early in the morning. Halfway through the workout, a fog rolled in. It is rarely foggy here in the DFW area so I was itching to photograph in this weather. After I dropped of the 2 older boys at school, Thomas and I made a pit stop at the lake. My camera battery was about to die, but the precious thing hung on for the whole trip and I got some practice in foggy photography. I was hoping the fog would be kind of wispy across the water, but really it was just a thick fog all around. Thomas and I enjoyed our relaxing and quiet hour by the lake as I took photos and he 'fished' with sticks he founded tangled up in old fishing wire.

These photos are part of a series of  a '5 on 5' project in which we share 5 photos on the 5th of the month. Please click over to view the photos Eboni of Luxe Art Images is sharing this month.

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Jen Faith Brown is a family photographer specializing in storytelling family photography session, either in home or on location. Jen is married with three young sons who keep her quite busy and give her abundant practice in photographing always-moving children! Jen is now booking 2015 sessions in Flower Mound, Southlake, Highland Village, Lewisville, Coppell, Frisco, and surround DFW areas. Please visit for pricing and to view sample galleries.


  1. Beautiful foggy captures! Great job documenting the moment.

  2. Love the moments you got to capture! Wonderful setting for a lovely foggy morning story.

  3. Just gorgeous. I love the eerily beautiful feeling that fog gives.

  4. Just gorgeous! I absolutely love the images you captured. Great pops of color but still able to feel the weight of that fog.

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