Foggy Chicsgo (clouds fog Spring city+skyline from+the+sky sky nighttime ). Photo by Sunnyguy

Foggy Chicsgo

Uploaded by: Sunnyguy

Monday May 7, 2012

Chicsgo, IL

Caption: There should be buildings 80 or 90 stories high in this photo of Chicago’s foggy lake front. The buildings that do appear seem to be ghosts in the fog. Since it was clear at home and Weather Underground reported calm winds in Chicago, I hoped for a photo with nice reflections in the lake. I got the reflections but didn’t get the photo that I expected. Actually the fog was a pleasant surprise. It made a true weather photo.



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About Sunnyguy


I am a retired high school math teacher. My passions in retirement are my grandkids, photography and woodworking. I live in a suburb of Chicago, but love the canyons of Southern Utah and Northern Arizona. A perfect day is hiking, taking photos, and sleeping in my truck or under the stars in the backcountry. I have studied the “wunderful” photos on this site for a long time and your photos have inspired me and helped me to improve my photography.

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