Monday, November 24, 2014

WALKING AROUND IN A FOG

Sometimes, when I first wake up, I feel like I’m walking around in a fog.

Weather like this makes even the ordinary appear a little ghostly.

Even the birds look uneasy in the fowl weather. (Did you see what I did there—haha!)

Common trees look like props from a bad horror move and the more I stare the more zombies appear.

Finally the sun begins to break through the mist.

It looks like an evil eye.

A really evil eye.

The clammy air turns the steam from the big potato processing plant into clouds.

With or without fog the concrete plant looks gray and cold. 

Okay, enough dreary. What happens when the fog lifts in California? UCLA!! Have a good Monday.

11 comments:

Pearl said...

Fowl weather.

I saw what you did there. :-)

Pearl

Joanne Noragon said...

I wonder if the birds think fog is fowl? Perhaps just their morning shower and no need to find a bird bath.

joeh said...

UCLA...took a while, but I did finally get it.

Buttons said...

Potato processing plant lucky girl:) Great images. Hug B

Delores said...

I used to love walking on a foggy day.

Anzu said...

Thank you for sharing your morning scenes.
Please preserve heat to ward off the cold.
{{{{(+ω+)}}}}

Sarah said...

I am a bit jealous of your proper winter weather. It has been mainly mild and wet here, not to mention grey. The last couple of days have been a bit colder and sunnier but it is now raining again!

Terry and Linda said...

Ugh! Although, your photos are outstanding and humor spot on. I'm sick of January in November!

Linda
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Val said...

Is that an unkindness of ravens?

Elizabeth said...

Happy Thanksgiving though!

ox

loved the misty foggy look
very romantic!

TALON said...

Leenie, love the pics and the humour. :) Fog is always neat. When we lived in St. John's, Newfoundland for four years, I learned to really respect it. There you can't see your arm when you extend it on a foggy day. But I do love how the fog takes the ordinary and twists it into something extraordinary. :)