Just four more from Sunday’s fog-on-the-bay shoot.

Generally,  I try to theme the pictures I post here so they make visual or aesthetic sense. (I need to see patterns so I assume most folks do as well.) Today’s set of four are themed in that they are all fog shots done within the space of an hour and at the same general location. They just don’t look as if they might belong together.

Except that I really like them all.

I live a scant mile from the Bay of Green Bay, so fog is no stranger in our neighborhood. It shows up as a big wall of white and squats down on fields and houses and stays until it is ready to wander off in search of new amusements. Sunday’s fog was different:  more of a misty movie fog, lithely sliding around trees, kissing the bay, flirting with the grass.




This final shot is a current favorite of mine. The fog provided a perfect white backdrop.


  1. Ray Catcher says:

    I like especially the last one. It’s so reduced.

  2. Karen Taylor says:

    Seductive! Crawling mist hugging all it touches. Great images.

  3. betsy says:

    I especially like the tree shot with the troll face on the tree. Makings of a scarey picture for a
    Steven King novel.

  4. Barbara says:

    The first photo invites me to step in– and let my thoughts float. Thank you.

  5. John says:

    Gorgeous shots! I like them all, especially the first two.

  6. The last pic is AMAZING! Thank you! You do have an amazing eye for nature’s beauty.

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