Arkansas September 29, 2015
15 Eerie Shots In Arkansas That Are Spine-Tingling Yet Magical
There’s something about these photos taken across Arkansas that has a mystical feel – is it the fog? Yes, fog gives everything an ethereal quality and the beauty of these pictures is enhanced greatly by the fog and mist that permeate the scene. These photographs are hauntingly stunning!
15. Mist on Mount Magazine
There was an all-encompassing foggy start to the day when this picture was taken in Mount Magazine State Park.
14. Foggy Morning in Batesville
Can you see the house through all the fog? This limited sight morning shot taken in Batesville makes everyday things look ethereal.
13. Foggy Road in Mena
The signs on this road say "crooked and steep"...as if the view wasn't foreboding enough.
12. Ghostly Tree
This photo, taken on an Arkansas road in October, is very indicative of the morning autumn weather that's ahead of us.
11. Foggy Bridge
The fog on the water, taken at this bridge near Mountain Home, looks almost like something out of a fairy tale.
10. Foggy Forest
Trees and fog come together to create a mystical daytime setting in this forest near the Buffalo National River.
9. Foggy Morning on Lyon Campus
This photo was taken on a misty morning on the Lyon College campus in Batesville, giving the stately institution an eerie tone.
8. White Rock Mountain Fog
The hiker behind this photograph - which was taken in early October in the Ozark National Forest - was still able to complete the over 2-mile trek around the mountain despite the fog.
7. Old Main in Fog
The University of Arkansas' Old Main is a little reminiscent of an old haunted mansion with the surrounding fog about this state landmark.
6. Fog on Buffalo Point
The fog at Buffalo Point was heavy on the mid-October morning this photo was taken on the Buffalo River, but wow, what a magical shot!
5. Fog and the Fallen Tree
Turns out this route isn't the best one. This photo of a fallen tree in a misty forest was taken on the way up to White Rock Mountain in the Ozark National Forest.
4. Misty Lake Fayetteville
The mist rises off Lake Fayetteville in this photograph, taken in Washington County during an early November morning.
3. Foggy Sunrise at Petit Jean State Park
Clouds, fog, and a rising sun create a mystical mix in this photo taken at Petit Jean State Park on a late September morning.
2. Mount Nebo Morning Fog
You'd almost forget this photo was taken in Arkansas thanks to the heavy amount of fog in this picture shot at Mount Nebo on a late October morning.
1. Misty Painted Bluff
This perspective shot on the Buffalo National River of Painted Bluff at Buffalo Point is made all the more magical by a dream-like October morning fog.
Depending on how you view it, fog can either be a beautiful addition to a photograph or an annoying distraction while you’re on the road driving. Still, the fog and mist truly bring out the beauty of nature (when you look closely enough to see it!) in these pictures taken across Arkansas.