Vancouver in Early March – Part 16 – Misty Morn

It can be quite foggy in Vancouver, especially on an early winter or spring morning. Sometimes when you get up in the morning, you could swear it is going to be a rainy day, but after a few hours, the sun manages to burn its way through the mist.

Misty Morn

Shrouded in mist, all forlorn

rainy day, you would have sworn.

Sun shines through as clouds are torn,

with pink rays, does all adorn.

Rising high, day is reborn

worry not, this misty morn.

long shot toward Burrard Bridge
Burrard Bridge
looking toward Kitsalano
towers appear
shrouded
a new day is born

11 thoughts on “Vancouver in Early March – Part 16 – Misty Morn

    1. Some days, it can be hard to tell where the mountains start and the clouds end. Always pretty with the sun shining on, under or through. Not sure if I could stand a whole winter of fog and clouds, though. Thanks for reading and commenting. Allan

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    1. Much as the misty mornings can be pretty, a steady diet would soon lose its appeal. Nothing like a sunny winter prairie morn even at -30. Gotta have the sunshine. Thanks for reading Bernie. Allan

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  1. Mmmmmm, my favourite! There is nothing like lifting clouds/fog.
    Beautiful photos!
    Even when I go to tropical places I still prefer stormy mixed sky over a clear one.

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    1. Clouds make skies interesting, for sure. Although the snow that was falling here earlier this AM can go away. Covered my tomato plants this AM. Hopefully nice weather by Sunday. Stay well Lael. Allan

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      1. I was wondering about your plants!
        They should be just fine with their covering. All snug in their tomato beds. The weather is just craaaaazy.

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