You may know that foggy days in Nova Scotia are quite common. But if you haven’t, visited the Atlantic coast of Canada, you may some day.. Don’t worry! – The fog is quite nice and the pictures of fog quite interesting, and it doesn’t happen every day. Fall and spring for instance, are the best seasons for this.
However, this is not a course in photography. What I’m trying to say is that just experiencing fog can be exciting, as long as you stay safe. Of course I don’t like to drive in the fog – I never do it. It’s my husband who does it if necessary – hey just kidding 😉 But the proof is in my post called “When it snows in Canada“. Another proof is right here – this was actually in Newfoundland, Atlantic Canada:
But visually speaking, foggy days, can be quite interesting. and not only in Nova Scotia. In the fog there is always a little unknown, a little mystery and sometimes even a little creepiness… Don’t you think so?
Here are some in the Peggy’s Cove area, near Halifax, Nova Scotia – We lived in Halifax for about six years.
And here is the famous BlueNose II tall ship anchored in the Lunenburg harbor on a foggy day:
We’ve seen many foggy days in the South West coast of Nova Scotia in the fall. It is a normal atmospheric phenomenon in this area that gave me great photo opportunities.
The following one is the Lighthouse at Sandy Point in Shelburne, Nova Scotia at low tide. When the tide gets high this lighthouse is literally in the water – a unique lighthouse in the world. I also posted it in the Nova Scotia Lighthouses.
And these two are commercial fishing boats in foggy Pubnico, Nova Scotia
I have more, but I don’t want to monopolize your time. You can see more foggy photography in my FAA gallery. Thank you for visiting my page.
* Posted as part of my WP Weekly Travel Photo Challenge #2: Fog. Feel free to share yours as well!
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