A Foggy Day


F/5.6, 1/500, ISO 900.

Day 69 / 365

Cause you had a foggy day
You sing a sad song just to turn it around and the road is gone.     🙂

Interesting Fact: The presence of fog has often played a key role in historical events, such as strategic battles. One example is the Battle of Long Island (August 27, 1776), when General George Washington and his command were able to escape capture by the British Army by using fog to conceal their location. Another example is D-Day during World War II when the allies landed on the beaches of Normandy, France (June 6, 1944) during fog conditions. Both positive and negative results were reported from both sides during that battle due to fog conditions. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fog )


  1. A friend of mine, very poor sighted and consequently not a good rugby player, once scored a try in thick fog. For once it was the opposition who were disadvantaged.

  2. That truck looks awesome. I’d love to ride in one of those! Thanks for liking my recent post about moving to Korea, i’m glad it brought me here.

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