Yesterday on my way to work, I stopped at a stop sign (as I usually do) and looked out my window at a beautiful fall sight. There was no one behind me, so I grabbed my camera from the backseat, rolled down the window, and snapped a photo.
At work, I showed it to some friends who told me I should submit it to Brant Miller's weather photos. He is the local NBC weatherman and he shares pictures people submit of weather and nature on the 10:00 news. I decided to go for it.
Lo and behold! He shared it! I was anxiously watching the news, waiting for the weather to come on. At 10:20 (which is about 20 minutes past my bedtime, thank you very much) I was so excited to see my name and picture flash across the screen as weatherman Brant Miller described the "radiation fog" that apparently was seen in my picture. Whatever that means. :)
Hooray for 15 seconds of fame! If I find the clip somewhere online, I'll post it. Until then, enjoy the pic right here!