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    On a morning run this past spring, I descended a hill that lead to the Hudson River run, beginning in Harlem. The hill was extremely foggy. Visib… Read More
    On a morning run this past spring, I descended a hill that lead to the Hudson River run, beginning in Harlem. The hill was extremely foggy. Visibility worsened the closer I got to the river. Once at the river, the fog was so thick and widespread that I could not see beyond my immediate surroundings. While I was on the path, the river and docks disappeared. While I was on the docks, the Harlem and Upper West Side buildings disappeared. It was incredibly disorienting and beautiful, especially as I was alone on the path. While I did not have my camera with me as I was running, I did have my phone and managed to capture some shots of the mystical, surreal morning fog. I chose to also edit the photos in Black and White, as the disorienting effect of the fog seemed to be enhanced by the black and white. In all of my years of living in NYC and running on this path, I have never seen any fog like that morning. It felt and looked like I would imagine walking in a cloud would feel and look. The order of the photos follows my progression into the dreamy cloud of fog. Read Less
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