To get a really thick fog there will be no wind, and when there is no wind the surface of the water will be like glass. And then you can get images that look like this.
It becomes impossible to find out where the water ends and the sky begins.
In December the only thing left out are the piers, docks and pilings sunk deep into the ground.
Here a boat belonging to the Harbor Islands Commission heads out.
Thank God for radar!
On one hand if I had launched the kayak I would not have been able to get around the coast to all of these different spots and get these pictures, on the other hand I would’ve gotten different pictures.
It’s all good.
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