Thursday, January 11, 2018

can barely see

a very foggy afternoon.


heading toward her car which was across the street.


on his way to town which is about a mile away with no light or hi vis vest.


29 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    Beautiful pictures Bill so in the fog.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  2. Gosto destas fotografias com nevoeiro, dão um aspecto misterioso.
    Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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  3. Hi Bill, excellent photos. I hope that once the pedestrian gets into her car, she sees the cyclist along the road! Greetings, Jo

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  4. We seem mostly have the same weather conditions as yours. Here fog all around too this morning. Great photos. You are brave to go out for photos, it is so cold...

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  5. The fog is excellent photographed and it is always difficult to get the right atmosphere but you captured it.

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  6. Oh my... the fog is so thick. Drive safe.

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  7. You capture the most interesting moments!
    :)

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  8. you have to take care on the road ! :)

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  9. I haven’t seen fog like tthat since I lived in Newfoundland, Bill.

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  10. Hello Bill.
    Great captures of the fogg!
    Amazing images!
    Love foggy days!
    Have a happy day!
    Dimi...

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  11. ...and somedays I'm in a fog too!

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  12. I always like to give cyclists a wide berth when I see them on the road. I wish that they would have enough sense to mount their bikes with adequate lights and reflectors, which often is not the case. When driving at night, I fear hitting one of them who is traveling without adequate illumination. Makes me both anxious and angry. The fog in your photos presents another environment that calls out for better lights on bikes and riders.

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  13. It's another foggy day here too, Bill.
    What a crazy cyclist...hard enough for drivers to see on a clear day.

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  14. Those are great pictures. I don't like driving in the fog. I would rather drive in snow! We used to live on the other side of the peninsula right on Lake Michigan (we are on the bay of Green Bay here). Anyway, we had lots of fog over there. I found one of the things I really missed was that mournful sound of the fog horn going off. Somehow I felt comforted by it. lol
    Have a great day, Bill- Diana

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  15. I hope they all made it safely. I do enjoy foggy days but I'm guessing you see a lot more of them than I do.

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  16. The mist is wonderful for photography, but potentially dangerous for pedestrians!

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  17. Prachtige foto's Bill, met de mysterieuze mist, ik hou er van. Dit zijn echt specials. Groet kees.

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  18. That is really a thick fog. The guy on the bike is nuts!

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  19. I love foggy weather (unless I'm playing golf; I have enough trouble finding my ball without the darn fog!)...but I'd say that pedestrian and that biker better be careful. They should have little red and yellow lights blinking on their heads. You know, like aliens.

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  20. We had a few mornings like that a few weeks ago, but not in the afternoon.

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  21. Looks like it would've been a good day to hibernate at home with a good book.

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  22. A scary time to be crossing the street or riding a bicycle, with such limited visibility! Great photos.

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  23. Pea soup fog. It's not hard to forget to be visible. We traveled earlier this week and I took my warmest jacket - black. Not so good walking in the dark to a restaurant for dinner.

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  24. OUTSTANDING captures!!!
    i just loved the foggy views!

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  25. Goodness me, that was foggy.
    Super series of photographs though :)

    All the best Jan

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  26. The bicyclist makes me nervous with no lights/vest. We often have fog like this on our little mountaintop.

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