Sunday, May 8, 2016

A Foggy Morning

Some days ago we had a rather foggy morning. This is near my home.


These two shots look east and west from the Bronson Avenue Bridge over the Rideau Canal, here where it widens into Dow's Lake. It has been a long time since I've seen fog as thick as that over the Lake, where it looks like a wall, totally obscuring any view.


And this last shot is a short walk north, looking into the Glebe. 

33 comments:

  1. the canal looks really cool in the fog!

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  2. Welcome to San Francisco my friend! LOL, Actually, I like these ethereal shots

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  3. Fog is always a bit mysterious, when you don't have a good look at things around.

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  4. You, though not see it, know where your house is, right? (just kidding).

    Tomás.

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  5. The fog is beautiful, but.... Is this really May?

    Janis
    GDP

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  6. I like this kind of mysterious foggy conditions now and then. But I'd rather have them in autumn than in spring ...

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  7. Fab foggy fotos :) William. Shot no.4 looks a little like you might be stepping into another dimension!

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  8. I really like your fog pics....

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  9. The foggy morning gives a mystic feeling.

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  10. I love foggy shots with their misty mysterious look. This stuff is pretty thick, though. I've play golf in the fog. It's rather fun not having any idea where you ball went after you hit it!

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  11. The fog was a bit of a surprise, wasn't it?!

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  12. Fog gives us another challenging opportunities for photos. we could do with a heavy fog.

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  13. @Tex: it does.

    @Cloudia: fog is rare here.

    @Marianne: it is.

    @Tomas: I do!

    @Janis: one wonders.

    @Jan: fog does make things interesting.

    @Grace: indeed.

    @Norma: thanks!

    @Nancy: it does.

    @Lowell: that poses challenges.

    @Jennifer: it certainly was.

    @Red: it ends up being photogenic.

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  14. Fog makes such interesting photos.

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  15. Looks like old black and white shots! Very atmospheric!

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  16. I love this series of fog photos!

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  17. William, you have some wonderfully evocative images in here!

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  18. @MB: always a good thing to have one camera or another along!

    @Sharon: it certainly does.

    @Cheryl: and yet there were hints of a blue sky directly overhead. Later in the morning it was all gone.

    @Linda: thank you!

    @Jack: thanks!

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  19. It really gives a nice atmosphere!

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  20. Every weather condition has its own charms I think. I like these photos!

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  21. Fog creates such an eerie sense of silence. The stillness adds to the drama.

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  22. Fog creates such a fantastic atmosphere especially in pictures, not great for driving though...

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  23. I think the fog makes everything look a little mysterious.

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  24. Ah, you reminded me of how delighted I am to have fled that type of weather.

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  25. Now you have m wanting the opportunity to take some photos with fog. The only problem being that I might have to actually arise early, which would be a problem :-)

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  26. These images are like part of a film.
    Foggy images make me think of TROLLS.

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  27. @Bill: thanks!

    @RedPat: it does, yes.

    @Marleen: thank you!

    @Gemma: one rarely sees the Canal that still, which also struck me.

    @Geoff: certainly not.

    @Lois: it does, yes.

    @Mari: fog is rather rare here.

    @Beatrice: yes, when we get fog here, it tends to dissipate quickly as the day unfolds.

    @Debs: it was quite a morning!

    @Gunn: I can see that too.

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  28. I like the moodiness of fog. These shots are very evocative.

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  29. Oh I like # 3 the fog and how the reflection of the trees in the water looks.

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