I love to shoot early in the morning when mists and fog rise off the prairie. One little photo tip. If you just shoot the straight exposure the camera reads, it will be mid-tones. (i.e. deeper colors). To get the soft, light pastels, you have to tell the camera to overexpose at least one stop from the meter reading. Here, I overexposed 1 and 1/3 stops of light.
Clymer Meadow Preserve, Texas Nature Conservancy, Greenville, Texas. One of last remnants of the Blackland Prairie.
Canon 1DS Mark III. 200mm. ISO 200. 1/15 seconds at f/11. EV +1 1/3.