Monday, August 8, 2016

Fog Along The Rideau Canal

I'm having a wee bit of a rant over at my writing blog today, set to go live at the same time this one goes. There's a bit of bad language involved, but it's understandable given the circumstances.

One morning I woke up to early fog, and passed over the Rideau Canal where it widens into Dow's Lake, before heading up into the Glebe. Foggy days like this really are photogenic in a completely different way.

31 comments:

  1. That is a heavy fog, difficult to find your way.

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  2. Fog is always so dreamy and romantic-- unless one is driving.
    Love the photo with hints of color!

    Janis
    GDP

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  3. It's that time of year with the cool mornings.

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  4. @Linda: thanks!

    @WW: thank you.

    @Bill: fog can be quite photogenic.

    @Marianne: true, but this burned off pretty quickly as the morning went on.

    @Janis: thanks!

    @Tex: it is.

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  5. Great fog photos, William !

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  6. Fog is always good for some dreamy or mysterious pictures. This was a nice and photogenic fog.

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  7. You did make good use of the fog in your photos.

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  8. I love foggy days and foggy photos and these are wonderful!

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  9. These are so good! William, you and several of the other photobloggers I follow have done some great work that would make beautiful book covers!

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  10. @Furry Gnome: of course it doesn't take long before the heat settles in!

    @Karl: thanks!

    @Jan: it was quite photogenic.

    @Sharon: so do I.

    @Red: one reason it's always good to have at least one camera along.

    @Lowell: thank you!

    @Norma: thanks!

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  11. I agree, foggy days are really photogenic! Love the 2nd photo with a little light behind the fog!

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  12. Bad language you say, i will be right over.

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  13. We have been having a lot of foggy mornings too.

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  14. Love the scenic atmosphere generated by the fog. The first photo is especially appealing.

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  15. @Halcyon: thanks!

    @Tamago: the last time I featured fog, it was from that bridge as well. I remember it was like a wall, especially on the lake side.

    @Stefan: I couldn't resist.

    @Janey: fog seems relatively rare here.

    @Gemma: thank you!

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  16. Ah we've both been baptized by the fog this week, brother William

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  17. I love the reflections in your first shots.
    Sometimes when it's foggy here we can smell the saltwater from the Strait of Juan de Fuca about a mile away. That's something I love about the maritime climate.

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  18. There is something magical about foggy scenes. Lovely photos!

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  19. Can't beat a good rant; I do it often...

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  20. i love the fog. mysterious!! way cool! ( :

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  21. Pictures to dream of! I love the 1st and 3rd :)

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  22. Lovely. I like many foggy weather photos. Haven't encountered fog much lately.

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  23. @Cloudia: it's rare here, but lovely to see.

    @Mari: I love it.

    @Kay: we get it less often.

    @Nancy: I agree.

    @Mike: rants are good.

    @Beth: thank you!

    @Jennifer: true!

    @Birgitta: thanks!

    @Jack: I can't recall off hand the last time it was foggy here. Maybe the spring?

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