Yep, good advice, Mitch. I do not like fog. But a waning moon over palm trees is quite another matter!! Great shots!!
Jim:Ha! That's a blizzard, not fog! I guess you just don't get enough snow to know what it looks like.
You got that right my frined!Snow not snow!Loving the moon shot!
Ron:I'll shoot you the moon any time you like.
Where's my ticket?
Elaine:In the mail.
You live in a beautiful spot in the world, that is for sure!
Cheapchick:I agree. But some people find our seasons boring.
You don't need to convince me!
Shawn:Although... a blizzard can be kind of exciting. Once!
I'm much rather live in Spain than Minnesota, for so many reasons.
Stephen:Spain still has room!
Our day progressed very much like yours, Steve - we live up on the Costa Blanca
Ooops sorry, I mean Mitchell !
Coppa's girl:Ja! Just as I said, "Steve?," I read the next message! Last night and today, it's been rain -- but that's so rare that I love it. Don't know if that's headed your way, too. Thanks for the visit!!!
Living in Minnesota for 20(!) years is why we live in Belize now! I have seen that first shot in person too many times.
Wilma:I hear you! I went to university outside of Rochester, NY. I remember that view!
yep, I would rather be where YOU are!
anne marie:And we would love to see you here. (I have to confess though, it's been raining for more than 24 hours ... not non-stop but pretty regularly; and it's supposed to last two more days at least). Still, no blizzards. Ever!
We prefer to think of the fog as the morning mist that gives another perspective on .... no sorry I can't do it. Prefer to your view to theirs.
Willym:And that's not fog in the first photo. That's snow. Driving in a blizzard! Definitely can't do it.
I'll take your views over that first one any day! We have been getting cccccold, but at least the skies are a gorgeous blue filled with sunshine!
Bob:After my boast, we've got gray, cloudy, and rainy. And the temps are in the frigid 60s! SO, still not complaining.
Holy cow! I hate driving or riding in a snow storm. But, now... take me to el sur de España and I'll be happy as a clam :)
Judy:I've had too many of the those snow storm drives than I care to remember. Dizzying (and dangerous).
I miss living in the semi-tropics
Travel:I don't know how I would tolerate a real 4-season climate anymore.
It's always great to hear from you...