Foggy Morning

Fog on spider webs (photo by Kate St. John)

5 October 2021, 8:45am

It’s foggy this morning in Pittsburgh as it has been for several days. On Saturday, heavy dew gleamed at Frick Park and laced the spider webs with beads of moisture.

Foggy morning with dew at Frick Park, 2 October 2021 (photo by Kate St. John)

Today the temperature is warm enough under the trees that there is no fog beneath them though there is plenty above.

Foggy morning in Pittsburgh; no fog beneath the trees, 5 October 2021 (photo by Kate St. John)

On Friday at Schenley Park we could see at ground level but fog above the trees made the sun look like a moon under the arch of the Panther Hollow Bridge.

Sun rising in fog just below the Panther Hollow Bridge, Schnley Park, 1 October 2021 (photo by Kate St. John)

When the fog cleared, the Cathedral of Learning emerged as from a magical kingdom.

Fog clearing in front of the Cathedral of Learning, 1 October 2021 (photo by Kate St. John

Today the fog has intensified in the last hour, no birds are stirring in the trees and Ecco is waiting at the Cathedral of Learning to start his day.

Ecco waits at the green perch, 5 October 2021 (photo from the National Aviary snapshot camera at Univ of Pittsburgh)

(photos by Kate St. John & from the National Aviary snapshot camera at Univ of Pittsburgh)

1 thought on “Foggy Morning

  1. Beautiful photos Kate! I’m finally getting to visit Pittsburgh! I will be there October 21-24 with a friend visiting her daughter going to college there. I’ll finally get to see, in person, many of the places I’ve been reading about for years on your blog. 🙂 Looking forward to it!

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