Another foggy walk along the Dunedin causeway in early December. I thought the sun was going to break through when I first got there but it seemed to get foggier as the morning went on.
After my walk I pulled my camera out of the car and walked down near the edge of the water. The tide was low and there were a few shorebirds feeding or sleeping. I caught a lone marbled godwit flying in to nap with the laughing gulls.
I stopped by the marina before heading home. I could see a bright red Santa on top of a boat, really popping with color in the fog.
The usual birds (a pelican and great egret) hoping a fisherman will show up to steal his snacks.
There’s something mysterious about fog that pleases my soul.
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Nature thinks it’s supposed to be beautiful in all types of weather. You have documented that it is true!
Foggy or not – I enjoyed your images – particularly the birds on the shore. Enjoy your week. I am visiting you from Through My Lens linkup.
A great collection of birds here. The Pelican looks great, but I really like those Shorebirds too.