My Midday Westerly View of Coos Bay Today - November 14 '10 - Foghorn Concerto (suz)

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Patricia Hiele on November 16, 2010

It was foggy all day here!!!

A relief though after the loads of rain, this weekend, causing floods in some areas in Belgium...

They say we have much less fog here, the last years... climate change???

Hugs? Patricia

Suzi in Oregon on November 17, 2010

I hope the flooding in Belgium has subsided, dear Patricia - we've had a lot of gentle rain and fog the past few weeks with lots of rainbows, but it has been quite mild, so we spend a lot of time outside while we can, before the winter winds start to blow. I love the fog, how it comes and goes - thick then thin - gone then back in the span of a few moments. Warm dry hugs (O:

Patricia Hiele on November 17, 2010

You're absolutely right about the magic of fog, Suzi!

The water is slowly finding its way to the sea again...we have more problems over the years because of the "over" urbanisation of our little country...to much hardened surfaces, houses being build too close to winter-riverbeds...ditches getting replaced by covered tubes because it looks cleaner...

A lot of extra flooding areas are beeing build lately and they did work to keep some towns dry this time!

The weather has turned to chilly & grey. Hope to get some cold but sunny weather soon.. :-))

Have a nice day my friend!

Hugs, Patricia

Georgy K on November 24, 2010

Very beautiful view! LIKE!

Greetings and best wishes, Georgy

Suzi in Oregon on December 22, 2010

Thanks very much, Georgy - it's a lovely view no matter what the weather! Happy holiday greetings (O:

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