Meandering with camera…
nice! I thought that was the Oregon coast…!
It definitely is the Oregon coast. Thanks for stopping by and hope you enjoyed it.
So pretty, Gunta…altogether misty and mystical. 🙂
I think it’s amazing just how much gets covered beneath and inside of that fog…so cool….
So cool in so many ways… 🙂
I can imagine that it is…very nice…inviting, too. 🙂
Very soothing Gunta. Sometimes nothing can be better than pastel day…it’s almost like you could step inside the photo.
Very soothing indeed. Definitely made it to my top ten favorite days on the beach.
Those are great!
These are stunning shots – almost apocalyptic. Love the survivors emerging;-)
Thank you ever so much. It does rather look that way… but it felt so good walking in that swirling mist.
WOoooow ~ !
I love how the fog completely changes the “feel” of this place.
Oh, me, too! It felt so wonderful to be there in the swirling, dancing fog.
This looks very mystical, especially the second pic. It would make a great book cover for a thriller novel 😉
You or Amos write the book, I’ll supply the cover. Deal? 😉
I think you got the right end of the stick, Gunta. 😉
Love how it looks Gunta.
So do I… ever so much. Give me a foggy mist any day over harsh sunlight.
Seems it’s getting foggier as the summer progresses – must be some wonderful weather inversion you’re having. That second shot is just gorgeous, with the couple almost invisible in the fog, and the three guys in shorts having a merry old stroll and breezy conversation.
Actually…. the fog is pretty much our typical summer weather right on the coast. I’ve heard many complaints about the cold summers from so many visitors. Just a wee bit inland it was sunny and much warmer. Some of the best weather on the coast often comes in January and February – if you’re not partial to fog. Though all bets are off with the crazy weather patterns we’ve been experiencing lately.
Ok, I’ve got it – and don’t get me started on crazy weather patterns – all over the world, it seems nowhere is exempt!
Scenes like that can fill the mind with riddles.
It kind of asks for a story to go with it, but I’m afraid you’ll have to provide your own here…
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