I discovered the bakery was closed - I never can remember that they close at 3 on Saturdays! So I figured I'd walk over to Starbucks for my little treat. On the way I looked down towards the river and it was covered with fog. I've seen that on lots of mornings - I'll look out the windows and there's just this big white "roll" of fog going down the river. But this was almost 4:00 p.m.! So I decided I'd go down for a better view. I do love that river. :)
It was quite mysterious and eerie and so I had to take pictures which I now have to share. Taking pictures of fog is probably a kind of hopeless task, but if you've seen some of my many other pictures of the river and the riverfront park, you'll have a good idea of how thick this fog was. Anyway, here they are.
Entering the park - the river is, of course, between the row of trees and the hills on the other side and the fog is higher than the steep banks on both sides.
Even as close as I was to the planter in the back left, it's already somewhat shrouded from view.
If you look real hard, or maybe if your monitor is better than mine, you will see a very faint view of the 6th St. bridge going over into Ohio.
And a few minutes later when I took this one, it's gone from view - at least on my old monitor.
This last one I took just to show the difference between close and distant. This was pointing down in front of me, and going out away from me.
And I guess I'd have to say, in addition to loving the river, I also really enjoy weather. Hope you enjoy the pictures and if you'd like to see what this pretty park looks like on a pretty day, you could try a label search using Ohio River (although you'd get snowy pictures, flooding pictures, etc.)