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Monday in the fog

Since I moved down the mountain two years ago, I’ve been playing hide and seek with the fog. πŸ™‚
Higher up I used to be above the fog, but here, closer to the ocean it’s 50/50.

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At the river, the fog highlights the mystery of the old heritage shipyards.

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The little fishing village strains to show its colours.

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But somehow, the fog makes the inside so much cozier.

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And inside, the colours stay vivid.

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For the first time I get a peek into the restored boat building house…soon to function as a museum.

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While the modern world stays quiet and still.

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Sharing with Mary and all my mosaic friends. πŸ™‚

Comments: 11

  • January 20, 2014
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    Such a beautiful post! For many years I lived in North Delta and would frequently go down to the Fraser to walk along the river. There were no boardwalks – just broken boards, haphazard buildings.

    Thank you for bringing those memories back.

  • Christie

    January 20, 2014
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    A foggy morning can provide such great photos. Your lead photo is spectacular. And I so enjoyed touring the fishing village through your other images.

  • Pondside

    January 20, 2014
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    I don’t often get down to those parts when I’m on the mainland, but if there is an historic district with open buildings I’ll have to make a point of visiting.

  • January 21, 2014
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    Charming!

  • January 22, 2014
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    That tree line/ horizon shot is beautiful!

  • January 23, 2014
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    what a fun and fruitful foto-wise opportunity … love your adventures and how you share them

  • January 24, 2014
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    I’ve always been a huge fan of the fog, unless I have to drive in it–Love to walk in it, feel the mist on my face and my hair (eventhough I will look like a poodle after..) πŸ™‚

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