Yesterday morning was very foggy until the sun came up and burned it away. Any kind of atmosphere (like fog) at the edge of light is catnip to a landscape photographer.
Here, a normal field of bluebonnets becomes a little bit mysterious with the fog abstracting the background and saturating the foreground with color from the soft, subdued light.
Field of bluebonnet wildflowers in fog, outside Ennis (south of Dallas), Texas, USA. Canon 1DX. 80mm. ISO 200. 2 seconds @ f/22. EV +1.