Unnatural Fog

I like naturally foggy days and I think most people like foggy photos, but I wasn’t expecting unnatural fog when, one summer day, they changed the air venting system down in the courtyard way below my living room window. And I never found out about that fog until months later.

Now, in winter, depending on the temperature, wind strength, and wind direction, fog often appears, moving past or filling in my living room window.

On days like that, I’m happy to watch the unnatural fog, while sitting comfortably indoors.

Here it comes!

And it grows.

Then it spreads.

And thins.

And disappears in the wind.

My book, Glass Bricks, is out (since April, 2021) and now available worldwide in/through your local bookstores or from https://atbaypress.com/books/detail/glass-bricks. The digital version will be out soon. If you go to the Published Writing & Photos page (in the menu) you can find out more about it, watch my launch, read a review, and listen to a radio interview. You can also read my writing/see my photos that were published in journals, etc.

6 Replies to “Unnatural Fog”

  1. Interesting weird effects…..!💚

    On Mon, Jan 31, 2022 at 4:44 AM Through Camera & Pen wrote:

    > Louella Lester posted: ” I like naturally foggy days and I think most > people like foggy photos, but I wasn’t expecting unnatural fog when, one > summer day, they changed the air venting system down in the courtyard way > below my living room window. And I never found out about that ” >

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