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New beginnings often
disguise themselves as painful endings..Lao Tzu
Never Forget 3 types of people
1. Who helped in difficult times
2. Who left you in difficult times
3. Who put you in difficult times
Tulip Trestle seemed to be one of the least photographed icons in the area. Once the longest train trestle in the US at over 2300' long and 157' tall when built in 1906. It is still in use as seen in 2nd pic. Particularly under photographed considering a perfect MW line of shot is present. So off I went with promising forecast of clearing skys. So remote it took over 2.5 hours to go the 80 mile trip. As the sunset, the sky did clear but the 150 yards of field I needed to get across for a good line of sight was impassable due to a weeklong rain. So just set up and do the best you can. As luck would have it, just as the sky darkened enough to think about a shot an unbelievable line of fog about 300' tall started rolling in behind the trestle. I got a few shots in before being engulfed the fog. I wasn't going to post this but realized i would never probably have these circumstances again. The fog ended up being so thick the drive home of 80 miles took nearly 3.5 hours. F1.8 6sec 24mm iso1250.