During the Battle of Wilson's Creek, Confederate General Sterling Price took over a small cabin on the Wire Road to serve as his headquarters. The original cabin did not survive the years but a small cabin was moved in by the Park Service as a stand-in. This location provided excellent views of his artillery positions and of Bloody Hill where most of the fighting took place and where his Union counterpart, General Nathaniel Lyon fell, becoming the first General killed in the War Between the States. I guess some Southerners prefer to call it "The War of Northern Aggression" even to this day.
Just as we walked to the small cabin a ground fog bank rolled in creating this surreal landscape. I focused on the grass for this shot leaving the cabin in the background as a blur. I kind of like the effect. I will show an opposite tomorrow and will let you all be the judge of which you prefer.
I hope everyone has a great Thursday.