Una nebbia diversa.

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Dopo giorni di freddo intenso,  non appena la temperatura si rialza e passiamo dai -20 ai -10 sottozero,  ad esempio,  la neve che evapora pur in quel minimo spiraglio di escursione termica,  crea una sottile nebbiolina bianchissima.  Si tratta di una nebbia diversa da quella autunnale,  perche’ non e’ fitta,  e’ estremamente localizzata e spesso si manifesta in strisce.

Qualche esempio nelle mie foto:  l’effetto sui campi innevati e’ fantastico!


A different Fog.

After days of intense cold,  as soon as the temperature rises and we go from -20C to -10C (-4F to 14F),  for example,  the snow that evaporates even in that minimum difference of temperature,  creates a thin white mist.  It is a different fog from the autumnal one,  because it is not dense,  it is extremely localized and often it appears as stripes. 

Some examples in my photos: the effect on the snowy fields is fantastic!



Linked to:  Image-in-ing.  My Corner of the World.  WATW.  Skywatch Friday.  Friday Bliss.

82 thoughts on “Una nebbia diversa.

  1. Che meraviglia. Che spettacolo mia cara. Un abbraccio. Isabella PS Mi hai fatto venire voglia di fare un post con foto di un viaggio di mio figlio. Quando lo farò ti avverto. Ciao carissima

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  2. You live is such a wonderful part of the world to be able to photograph this event! I had no idea that this happened, so thanks for the awesome photos and also the explanation.

    Your link is a great addition to ‘My Corner of the World’ this week!

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  3. The first photo is a postcard idyll from the Finnish countryside 💕 This special mist is clearly seen in your beautiful photos!Wishing a lovely weekend.

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