Foggy Morning in Chicago
Woke up this morning, and I could see out the dining room window that there was a great deal of fog outside. Sevearl hours later, at our Metra stop, the fog was still going strong.
For some silly reason, I heard a narrator’s voice in my head saying things like “No one ever went to that train station, because the townspeople all knew it was haunted.”
I was a little late with this photo – but seeing this train emerge from the fog was rather neat.
At the office, looking out. All of downtown was covered.
And still mostly is, even at the time of me writing this (2:09 PM).
Early Morning Fog, on the Way to Frankfort
Thick Fog, and the Long Drive to Indianapolis
Time-Lapse Video of Fog Enveloping Chicago, Taken From the Top of the Hancock
Adrift: A Love Letter to the Fog of San Francisco (Video)
Late (and Foggy) Night at Wilmette Beach