Thursday, September 4, 2008

Morning Fog

Previous post: Reid Glacier

We anchored last night in Reid Inlet’s quiet cove. It was a lovely spot, with the glacier in the distance and just one other boat nearby, but today we have awaken to a landscape transformed by fog – a wispy gauze shrouding our world, creating a silent, shifting, ethereal landscape. . . the physical world as mirage.

It is otherworldly and utterly beautiful.

Reid Glacier is also nearby, but, heavily draped with fog, it is silent and invisible.

We set off through a magical world.

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