Magical Autumn Fog Sets In Over 8,000 Year Old Kemeri Bog

Alina Andrusaite and her husband, Jekabs, frequently travel to beautiful places outside of their country, but this time they decided to explore their home country Latvia and visited Kemeri bog – the photos say it all.

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

Kemeri bog is more than 8,000 years old and is one of the largest moss bogs on the Latvian cost. This place has become increasingly popular in the past two years since the footbridge was renovated and especially since it’s only about an hour’s drive from the capital city of Riga.

For the best morning sights, come to the tower at least thirty minutes before sunrise! Sky turns bright orange and you can appreciate the beauty of the thick fog. Small, delicate looking trees, spider webs covered in dew and absolute silence. Autumn is the best time to visit! The dark, clear nights without moon are perfect for viewing the Milky Way and the early mornings for fog covered scenery.

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

Image Credit: Jekabs Andrusaitis

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