It’s relatively warm today (in the 40’s), but the snowy ground and ocean water are still chilly. Sometimes that combination creates a thick fog and today it lured us outside. After lunch, Rob and I grabbed our cameras and drove around Quisset and Woods Hole to take photos. This section shows another view of our seaside village, from a floating dingy surrounded by ice to the dormant communal garden behind Challenger House. Even in winter, Nobska light’s fog horn sends a warning out to sea.
Wow Salley, it looks like spring there – foggy but spring. Thanks, h
Beautiful…..hopefully Spring will come soon. It’s been a long Winter in New England.
Beautiful snapshots Sally…it’s finally sunny here today in the Fort Worth area…many thanks to you for sharing your little corner of the world!
just me…a Texas gal…jan
Oh, that is beautiful…thank you… I love fog it can be so mysterious and ethereal…
Got a wonderful laugh due to technology…opened up your email and nothing was there… I said to myself…I guess it is really foggy! (it was taking longer than usual to open)
You have captured a very peaceful winter feeling with your beautiful photos- such a relief from the news – Thank you!!
Thank you for the beautiful photos. The road from Falmouth to Woods Hole, along the ocean, is one of my favorites.
I love fog!! The world seems so much more peaceful when you are fogged in.
What beautiful photos. I love the splashes of colour from the boats. So different from anything I see in my neck of the woods. (Australia)