Posts tagged fog
Trees! And fog! Trees in the fog! Douglas-fir trees in the fog! And a little yellow tree, also in the fog! Douglas-fir trees and a little yellow tree in the fog at Pioneer Park! The little tree likely isn’t yellow anymore, though, since I took this a week and a half ago. So sad.
I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking, “I really should work out more.” Sure, but what’s that have to do with today’s photo? Nothing. You’re not very helpful at the moment.
Here’s what you should be thinking: “Hey, Celine posted yet another fog photo! This is so exciting, I might faint!” Do you see the difference between the two statements? Look closely and read them several times, if necessary. Are you through? Good, let’s move on.
This photo was taken on a very foggy day! Like all of my previous photos (with one exception) from the last week. Because fog is cool. And there’s nothing like beating a theme into the ground. I took this particular photo next to the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St.
This is the bridge spanning the Santiam River just south of town, by the boat launch ramp next to the sand and gravel place. Yup, a bridge. And it was foggy. And I took a picture. And posted it here. And that’s all.
Here’s another photo from our very foggy Monday, this time some of the oak trees on the street which runs beside/behind the hospital off of 10th Ave. I still miss the second tree which used to be by the big one (here’s one shot of them in happier times).
Here’s another photo from the very foggy Monday we had here in Stayton. This is one of the small bits of water near the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St. Fog has a way of making things look ethereal. Or maybe I’ve just seen too man movies.
Guest photographer Tom Miller captured today’s beautiful image of valley fog. His description:
A photo of Mill Creek and our Valley Fog that doesn’t want to go away.
I’m kind of glad it doesn’t, because it gives talented photographers like Tom the opportunity to take photos like this. Thanks, Tom!
We have a treat today! Guest photographer Denny Barnes took today’s photos perfectly showcasing the temperature inversion we here the Willamette Valley have been experiencing. If you don’t know what an inversion is, read on:
I know you’re down there somewhere..lol….This is what the valley looks like from about 1300′. There is sunshine above all that fog. When I left the house on my walk it was 30°F and by the time I got to the top of the hill it was over 50°F so there was about a 20° difference in temperature in just 500′. By the time I got back home I was back in the fog and cold again.
Be sure to click on the thumbnail at right to see an addition photo. Thanks so much, Denny!