Saturday, April 03, 2010

Fog Bank

While out walking earlier today I decided to walk a bit of the Cliff Walk, and while there a fog bank not far offshore caught my attention. I watched as it slowly crept over Easton's Point across the water from where I stood. I followed with the camera, watching the fog eat up the scene from the tip of the Point at McGrath's Clambake Club until it pointed a threatening finger at the rotunda on Easton's Beach.

© 2010 by A. Roy Hilbinger


  1. The World Looks Beautiful Today! Have A Fine Easter Sir!

  2. love these ocean views,
    Happy Easter!


    my theme Thursday post!
    I appreciate your feedback!

  4. Nice! Have a wonderful Sunday, my dear!

  5. Be careful on those cliffs. Love the views of the water. Nothing like this in Indiana !

  6. I just came upon your blog and have been admiring your beautiful pictures. It’s a different landscape from around here (Georgia.) I like your cliff photos. I have not seen cliffs since I left France - but those in Normandy are different. I’ll come back to look at more of your pictures.