Ice Fog

Alas, I forgot to take my camera to work today, so the LG Phone-with-camera will have to do the story telling for me. (The black dot in the upper left corner is the sun.)

Another fantastic thing about this seaside town is the ice fog on the harbour. Waking up to ridiculously sub-zero temperatures isn't something out of the ordinary for me, but back home on the prairies, we didn't have these fantastic views to make it all worthwhile.

We also didn't have the forecast of wildly fluctuating temperatures and rain the same week as -20C.

Posted bythemikestand at 9:03 AM  

5 stepped up to the mike:

sween said... 10:26 AM, January 17, 2007  

Aaaaaaaand there goes my idea for this morning's post.

Right down to the screen grab of the Environment Canada website.



FrozenExtremities said... 12:14 PM, January 17, 2007  

First thing I though when I got up this morning and saw that fog: "Oh crap it's gonna be cold."
I love it anyway!

themikestand said... 1:16 PM, January 17, 2007  

sween: You should post anyway, considering you have a much broader readership and I highly doubt anyone will be miffed that you and I posted on the same topic. After all, we're Canadian. The likelihood we'll talk about the weather is quite high.

Christine said... 10:08 PM, January 17, 2007  

I was standing at the window in my office today, thinking I should take a picture to show the blogging community how

a) pretty the distant view is from my window

b) how incredibly ghetto oshawa is, even from a respectable five stories up.

no frozen fog or pretty clouds, my view is largely homeless people buying crack with pretty hills in the distance.

themikestand said... 8:44 AM, January 18, 2007  

Hey, even crackheads need pretty views.

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