Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Foggy Doggy Day

It was a bright sunny day until we reached the beach and then there was a thick sea fog rolling in off the water. It is hard to tell in the photos but trust us - it was like pea soup! Visibility was down to about 150 feet. It didn't stop us from enjoying our walkies as who needs to see when there is so much to sniff. Mom was a bit disappointed though as we kept hearing ships horns blowing as they were entering or leaving the river but we couldn't see them so no photos of the boats today. On the way back to the car we did notice this cool halo effect and it actually had all the color of the rainbow in it. The sun was  behind Mom when she took this picture so this was the light reflecting through the fog that created it.


  1. Mama loves walking and listening to the foghorn during the fog here, it does get a little spooky though!!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty and Bilbo

  2. Was it all spooky like a horror film hearing the horns but not seeing the boats?
    I luffs the rainbow....quick find the end, I hears there's a pot of milk bones at the end of rainbows!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  3. The halo photo is pretty cool.

    Aroo to you,

  4. So glad you got to go to the beach, even though it was foggy. I well remember the damp chill it can give one but you both have your heavy coats to keep you warm. WE have snow here today so are just staying inside.
    Happy Tuesday.
    Noreen and Hunter

  5. One time mom and her family got caught leaving Tybee Island in pea soup it was scary she said.
    stella rose

  6. So pretty though!
    How do you guys always pose so good for pictures? Lol. I can't get BabyBelle to stand still.

  7. I love that kind of weather... we only need a lighthouse and we are in the middle of one of Mr. Kings stories :o)

  8. We get a lot of fog living on the coast too, it looks nice where you are.
    Lovely rainbow!
    Dip and Elliot x

  9. Oh, foggy day...why must you ruin my pals trip to the beach?!? Your mom still got some great photos though!

  10. I think the sea fog makes for interesting photos..though I suppose you guys don't care about photos so much as sniffings. Say hello to your folks for us! And happy bark day to your mom tomorrow!

  11. Wow! What a nice rainbow. Yesterday we saw a sun dog in the clouds. That's when the sun hits ice crystals in the clouds and it looks like a little chip of a rainbow. Check out the first sunset picture in our post from yesterday on The Daily Bone.

  12. In Aberdeen the fog that rolls in from the sea is called the 'haar'. It forms usually in spring and summer when warm, moisture containing air from the land hits the cooler temperatures near the sea and so the moisture condenses.
    Oh. Gail says you probably weren't looking for a science lesson…
    Toodle pip!

  13. That is a cool halo! BTW, did you find the pawfect pressie fur your ma?

    Keep Calm & Bark On!

    Murphy & Stanley

  14. WE had some fog this morning too
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

  15. We aren't fog fans. We find it kind of creepy.

  16. Oh I love these photos of the fog! Magical!

  17. You guys take the best photos! We love the halo effect!

  18. OMD if this was OCTOBER.... we would have been TERRIFIED fur you... WHEW.
    LOVE that RAINBOW.... that was a good catch fur your mum... she gets an A+

  19. Great halo photo!!! Mom doesn't like the fog - it makes her curly hair go all kaflooey!!! BOL

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

  20. OMD, those pics are sooooooo cool!!! That last one is purty!!! I loves loves loves the fog...except that it frizzes my furs...
    Ruby ♥

  21. Crikey ..... foggy days at the beach are the best, aye?? So pretty.

  22. I really like fog, cool photos!!! I bet it was a little eerie hearing the horns but not seeing the boats!

  23. a little spooky, but very cool photos.
    wags, bailey unleashed

  24. Dear Reilly and Denny,

    I love foggy days! The moist air holds so many smells, don't you think? It's magical!



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