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When the Atlantic fog gets so thick the houses fade into oblivion, the fishermen at Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia take a day off and relax. July 12,2007 , Sony DSCF828 camera.
weather, canada, fog, wharf, atlantic, wharves, novascotia, peggyscove, harbour, boats
I luv these shots, George. I think they’re great.
Glad you like them Stan, I really like taking fog shots, the places themselves have that ghostly sort of feel.
– George Cousins
brilliant foggy capture george and I’m glad the fishermen were safely in port for this…;))
Thanks Maggie. Yes, it really was pea-soup. The Gulf Stream comes up from the Caribbean and meets the cold Arctic currents right offshore from here, and that creates a great fog factory.
Love fog shots, nice job!
Thanks Brian. I think I’ve been at Peggy’s for every kind of weather except a blizzard, but must admit I like the feeling of a peaceful foggy day.
Hi again George I’ve been to Peggy’s Cove too, lovely spot!
Hi again Brian, I was just looking at your “North Atlantic Sunrise”, gorgeous shot in every way. I thought at first it was Peggys Cove, the rocks are very similar, but I don’t think so, the lighthouse looks slightly different. Where is it? I assume in Newfoundland?