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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Watery Wednesday: Foggy days




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Look is deceiving. You don't see any water in these photos. But water is everywhere. These couple of weeks, we had a spate of thick fog.

This morning, the fog was so thick that it was like a light shower or what is known in Chinese as Mao Mao Yu. My student walked about two hundred meters to class, and she showed me her hat. It was very wet.

In the first photo beyond the row of trees, there is the YMCA building, but the fog has blanketed it.

10 comments:

Ebie said...

This almost looks like zero visibility! I really get so scared driving in this situation!

Ebie.

JOE TODD said...

I love the fog/mist. Makes for a surreal atmosphere

Elisabeth said...

We've had some fog here too in Melbourne. I love fog, it's a sign of autumn.

Regina said...

Misty! Great perspective!

rainfield61 said...

We can still do a lot of thing in the Mao Mao Yu.
Heavy rains simply hold us indoor.

George said...

I really like your pictures of the fog. It makes everything look mysterious.

EG Wow said...

EW! Fig! Hope you were careful driving!

Re a remark you made about the southern-most point in Canada: It's called Point Pelee and is on Lake Erie, one of the five Great Lakes.

Cheryl said...

In the photos some colors seem to stand out more. I do not like driving at all in the fog. But I do enjoy a foggy day once in a while, its so peaceful and soft!

Lina Gustina said...

I feel wet already, Ann...what a thick fog.

Thanks for dropping by...
About Cafe DeDaunan in my post; for me, the prices are expensive, but perhaps not for others :)

eileeninmd said...

I love foggy mornings. Great idea nd photos for watery Wednesday!