22 February 2006

Photo du Jour: Foggy Mornings on the Mississippi River

The early morning fog has been relentless over the past two weeks or so along the Mississippi River. Its quite a sight to see how the fog mostly stays contained within the levees when driving on River Road or when along the batture of the River as seen above. The view from the second floor of the building adjacent to where this picture was taken consisted of a completely different view. The highest part of the fog was below the window level on the second floor so the thick misty haze hanging at the ground level appeared as a floor of cotton concealing the ground the below. Above the cotton--a clear blue cloudless sky. The contrast between the two views of the same area was remarkable. And in less than an hour, all the fog burned off.


At March 03, 2006 12:18 PM, Blogger Schroeder said...

Nice shot. That fog hanging over the river is always amazing.


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