Hmm...look a lot like yesterday? This is an afternoon shot of the fog-that-never-goes-away during an inversion. Normally, fog dissipates during the day, but while some areas become a little more clear, the fog is still there, and other areas are still socked in. It will probably look like this all week. It's only really Day Three of this stuff, but we're already talking about planning a trip to visit my parents in Arizona to get away from it.
Arizona sounds nice and sunny and warm about right now! We had freezing fog here Monday, with the accompanying traffic calamities. Because we do NOT know how to drive on ice.ReplyDelete
Fog is sad looking after a few days, but it makes nice photos like this!
Yes, we all need some warmth & sunshine right now!!!ReplyDelete
You must be ready to see some sun! Arizona would be a good place for it.ReplyDelete
Your fog has such a romantic look to it. But I suppose to some our snow-laden trees look pretty romantic, too. I hope some day to come back to Idaho. I left a little piece of my heart there.ReplyDelete
I think we have to try to see things such as that.its a trained eye and takes focus.i have been reading a book on how.to photograph your life by busch? And he talks about the little things. As i was walking into the room it was dark with light coming through the window from early dawn. Lol thats why we are artists. We see things not normally thereReplyDelete
OMG, don't go to Arizona; come to San Diego instead, we have it all. ha haReplyDelete
I like fog. We never get enough fog around these parts.ReplyDelete
Here's hoping your inversion burns off soon! You sure are getting good photos out of it, if that's any consolation...ReplyDelete
I know the feeling...we had a couple of days of fog and yesterday got a MINOR dusting of snow. It's still here because it never got above freezing to melt it, but it's still quite dreary outside. I enjoyed Glasgow Daily Photo - tired of dreary grey, the owner posted a summer green shot. It really did me some good!ReplyDelete