Green Hill Surf through Fog and Mist
Gray and cold, gray and cold... will there be no relief? Some more snow might help spice things up! I don't mind snow when it's bitterly cold outside. We did get an entire week of unseasonal 50 degree weather, though, and I found myself heading down to Green Hill (again) to catch some of the winter storm surf that was rolling up the coast.
It was incredibly foggy, more-so on this day in particular. It was wonderfully temperate in the sun, which took until 1pm to show up. All morning I couldn't snap a single frame because I couldn't see 5 feet past the water line! My camera had nothing but gray mist to try and focus on, and anyone who understands how Autofocus works knows that didn't go over so well. It was beyond New England Pea Soup fog. It was I-can't-see-my-hand-infront-of-my-face fog. But luckily the dense fog began to lift and slowly but surely the sun was peaking in and out of the low lying clouds. By 1pm it had cleared up almost entirely and I was able to get a few shots before calling it a day. Who can resist a nice long day at the beach? Even if it is spent mostly in a dark dense mist.
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