Winter Wonderland

sunnidaze2k

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I live in a rural community & we have been experiencing the "Rural Fog" phenomenon in the wintertime...basically a heavy fog rolls in overnight and when daybreaks, because of the cold temps, everything outside is "iced" ~ absolutely gorgeous (although its gotta be hard on the trees)...here's a few pics


**(this isn't the way I wanned them posted but this is the only way it seems to be happening today... :rolleyes: )
 

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Couple of nice pic's sunni




Is this how you wanted to post your pic's?
 
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sunnidaze2k said:
I live in a rural community & we have been experiencing the "Rural Fog" phenomenon in the wintertime...basically a heavy fog rolls in overnight and when daybreaks, because of the cold temps, everything outside is "iced" ~ absolutely gorgeous (although its gotta be hard on the trees)...here's a few pics


**(this isn't the way I wanned them posted but this is the only way it seems to be happening today... :rolleyes: )
Really nice photos, sunnidaze (y)
I live very close to lake Ontario and we've been getting the same fog for the last 3 days or so...really pretty. :)

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We can get a very wet fog here at night and it is dripping wet out side but it does not get as could here so does not do what it does up there where you are at.
It is very pretty looking sunnidaze2k. :)
 

sunnidaze2k

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Yes, thank you Brindle.

Cool Carolyn..the lake is...um...1/2 hour north of us...and down the hill..its hard to say what its like down there most times...we are usually 10-20 degrees cooler up here with windchill.

Thank you YM & Hewee...they DO look alot better posted by Brindle!
 

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