Saturday, November 13, 2010

Foggy Day

Fog again today.
It was supposed to be sunny, but then we are close to Lake Ontario and that affects the weather from time to time. It seems to me it was foggier than the photos show but how does one show masses of tint droplets of water? Certainly not macro setting.



Facing the street
From the side
 
Towards the back







7 comments:

  1. I like fog, is always very cool to watch. In mexico there is this town that has fog most of the year, but is always changing. Every five minutes or so, a new cloud comes or goes, and it does so very fast. It feels like the town got suddenly swallowed by darkness, like a dream or like in a horror movie. It is quite a sight.

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  2. Very lovely photographs of the fog. We too had the fog last evening and this morning. What an eerie feeling it gave in the dimming light.

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  3. the last photo is a beauty...mysterious.

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  4. Dear Patty, These are certainly very eerie images. When in England in the autumn/ winter, it seems to me that it is forever foggy. Wall to wall grey.....so dismal. Give me the sub zero temperatures and mile high snow of Budapest any day!!

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  5. I like those photos of trees with misty look. The fourth one is the best. Fog is good. Much better than haze. Sometimes we get haze when there are forest fires in neighboring countries.

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  6. The fog makes for some interesting photographs. I drive to Oakville frequently and so I am well familiar with the fog along the lakeshore.

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  7. Your photos are captivating Patty. I love the insulating effect of fog and the way everything is so peaceful and quiet.

    Oh and btw, you mentioned that I must be patient in a comment recently. I don't think my kids would say so!!

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