Das Licht im Nebel



5 thoughts on “Das Licht im Nebel

    1. matt Post author

      The kiddo was funny. “Oh wow, I’ve never been in fog like this before. This is so cool!” 🙂

  1. SnapperTrx

    I like foggy mornings. Around here when the fog hits its literally like pea soup, you can’t see across the street. Weird thing is, driving out in the oil fields, you can go for a few miles not being able to see past the hood of your truck then, suddenly, bam: Clear as a bell. If you look behind you its just a big wall of fog. I’ll have to find a few pics I snapped over the years and post them on my blog. It’s eerie and cool at the same time.

    On that note, there is a pretty large oil facility about 10-15 miles away from us, Westward, up on some hills. They don’t do it often, but when they activate their gas flare to burn off excess gas, and the fog is out or if there are low clouds, it looks like the Eye of Sauron. You can see it for miles and miles. Pretty awesome.

    1. matt Post author

      That sounds cool. We’ve been getting a lot more fog than usual lately, and it’s been similar: at some point, it’s just gone.

      The night I took these, coming back to our neighborhood from the other side of town, I could see the fog bank. It’s cool.

  2. Jessica

    Santa Rosa was cool because we got coastal fog frequently. It’d roll over the coast and creep up the hills at night, stay foggy and cool all morning, and then suddenly, around lunchtime, the sun would shine through and it’d be 80 degrees!

    Cool photos. =)


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