Legends from our own lunchtimes

Friday, March 05, 2010


Things that may be otherwise be mundane become spectacular experiences to those witnessing them from an unfamiliar viewpoint.   
When temperature inversion occurs over the ocean the locals roll their eyes in the knowledge that the fog will roll in with amazing rapidity, hovering for a time just above the warm surface of the land.   
We've seen the same in the desert with mirages and Fred Williams seemed to play with it often on canvas, but it's great fun and quite satisfying to capture the fleeting moment in a photograph as well.


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