I took this picture from my backyard, as I walk my backyard. It is usually pretty cold on a foggy day and that was true on this day. So you could see the sun a bit, as it shines through the fog.
It was just moments later after I took the picture, I couldn't see the sun at all. The fog got thicker. I will have to say that I haven't noticed fog here where I live in a while.
I know when the sun is warm the day before the fog and that night it is really cold then the fog will come. I don't like to drive around in thick fog. I like it when I can see the cars ahead of me.
I used to live in a city that is south of my house now and there used to be a lot of fog. During the 1970's I would call it killer fog. As a kid the school buses may even be late because of the fog.
Then when I started driving, the fog was pretty dangerous, as you don't know what is ahead of you. I used to let the trucks go ahead of me then follow that truck.
I wouldn't follow the truck too close. I would like to have the truck just far enough so I could barely see it. My thinking was that if that truck seen a crash ahead, I could see its brake lights in time for me to brake also.
Also my thinking was if the truck ran into a pile up, which did happen in those days, it would clear a space and give me time to stop.
It was that sometimes the truck would be ahead of me, then I might lose it in the fog. I would wait for another truck to come by and do it again.
I learned to look at the side lines before the exit. The lines break before an exit, where I live there is a group of three short lines, then two, then one, then there is a new line with an inner curve, that is the exit.
I learned that from listening to some of my classmates who's dads were farmers and they had to drive the trucks. Well, that was some useful information to me. I almost forgot about that. Like I said I don't usually see the fog as I used to in the 1970's.
Who knows? Maybe it has to do with the chemtrails and HAARP like programs.
So the sun, the greater light is shining through the fog. Usually in the afternoon the fog goes away, at least where I live, that is.
Let's end with a scripture, as it is written, with Jesus speaking, And in the morning, foul weather to day: for the sky is red and lowring. O ye hypocrites, ye can discern the face of the sky; but can ye not the signs of the times? Matthew 16:3.
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Image is mine, taken with my Moto G.