As all of nature warms into a golden hue, there’s a little chill in the air and the mountain mist clings between hillsides. I geek out over the way layers of fog create this really cool effect of desaturation in such a saturated early fall landscape. It’s one of my favorite things to behold in my favorite season of the year. Right on the edge of my driveway there’s the prettiest wild daisy growing up the corner post of a split rail fence: the last signs of summer hanging on. Watercolors are so unique in the way they can be used to capture colors fading in and out and it’s so fun play with water and paints to get that foggy effect.