This image was taken the same morning as my post Roseate Spoonbills on Foggy Pond. Surprisingly for such foggy conditions there was no issue with condensation on my lens.
The Tundra Swans are still hanging out at Bear Island Wildlife Management Area although local lore says they will be heading north any day now. A flock averaging 300 of these Swans has been coming to this area every winter since the mid 1970s.
On this morning the fog was dense and the air perfectly still. The gnats almost carried us off. The water level in this pond is low and these Swans were wading or sitting in mud rather than swimming.
A few took off and disappeared into the fog before I could even focus on them.