Fog is not tiptoeing anywhere here tonight–it is flowing gray/black stripes across the road like a ghost tiger chasing winter.
Wistful wilderness all around ! BEAUTIFUL Susan! Like you !
Aw, Deb, thanks.
Very interesting Sus 🙂
Jen, it was creepy. never seen it like that before.
my favorite small stone of the the month
Thanks, Audra. It really was strange. Thick, and almost purposeful.
Deliberate, intelligent and malevolent fog? That’s every day stuff in Oregon.;-)
Wow. It never comes to visit Western New York, but it definitely showed up last night. Something to do with a lot of snow meeting 60-degree air. The kids were actually scared when I was driving through it. Awesome experience–I can say that because I didn’t hit a deer or a tree 😉
i love the stripes and the heavy padding I can feel clearly.
Thanks, Jane. Big bad kitty wouldn’t stay out of the road last night. Would have much preferred Sandberg’s more mannered fog to this one 😉
I really like the way you treat fog here . . . on a road. Excellent choice. 🙂
Thanks, Jeremy. I had to write about it. It was so very much acting like a live thing last night (product of warm air over snow–you might have experienced this last night too, if you were out driving). I wish I could say I created the image, but really the image haunted me for this one.
We are living under one big fog cloud here -or many fog clouds, as the case may be. It suddenly became very warm -and is going to get very cold again in about 36 hours.
The fog really does feel and move like something live, I agree.
you paint a powerful picture of a dark and disturbing thing!
Oh, it was really creepy!
If only it won, but… testing its strength, realising it must mature a bit over the next several weeks, and… try again.
Exactly. That 60-degree weather was such a tease.
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