Can anyone tell me what the meteorological circumstances need to be to create this low, ground-hugging, early morning mist?
It was there this morning as it got light in Zeebrugge but the location left a lot to be desired.
I'd like to go out to a more picturesque site when I can be sure that there will be such a mist.
What are the signs, the day/evening before that will help me score a low-mist first thing the next morning?
6th Aug 2009, 19:57
6th Aug 2009, 16:42
I overcooked my dinner in the microwave while this guy was changing the wheel!!
5th Aug 2009, 17:14
The new, "low-profile" truck tyres!
Actually, don't carry a spare so forced to leave it be and wait for the tyre-guy.
Watford gap Services (south) will be my home for the next few hours.
5th Aug 2009, 15:37
The problem with taking yer bike along in the trailer is when you get a (more than) full load to pick up you might have to get a little "creative" as to where she's parked.
5th Aug 2009, 11:00
What an amazing place!
These solid iron statues stretch as far as the eye can see on these sand-flats.
Virtually nobody there, a few dog-walkers and kite-flyers up nearer the dunes.
I was wondering why this big yellow Landrover was following me about, then I read that they don't like you to go further than 50metres out from the dunes. I got my feet wet in the Irish sea.
Glad to have made it here before we head downunder next month and visit Lake Ballard.
I'll come here again, when the light's better, looking East here, out to sea they get some fantastic sunsets.
One tip: should you ever find yourself lost in the Sahara, ditch the bike, they're rubbish in deep sand.
Made it to Crosby beach!
loads of pics but got to drive onto the boat to Dublin, right now.
3rd Aug 2009, 20:15
She struggled a bit but I is stronger!
1st Aug 2009, 20:46