Birds must have some kind of internal mechanism for flying. They can fly in any condition. The other day you saw a photo of an island in the fog. Would you believe this is the same day only looking east instead of west. The sun was rather high in the sky already. The fog was starting to burn off. I was trying to get a shot of this fog with something different about it. I have to say looking on the display at the time I did not like the colour. I could not seem to take a shot that pleased me.
Now, what's the chances in fog that is as thick as pea soup that four Canada Geese would be flying into my line of vision. They were exceptionally quiet. They just cruised right over and kept going. No doubt looking for clearer landing conditions. LOL.
Seems the above normal warm days we are experiencing and the cool noghts are great for the fog in the mornings. The lake temperature is still warmer than the air temperature first thing in the morning. And there has been no wind. Perfect conditons.
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