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Friday, December 03, 2004
I was moving some images from our digital camera to the computer and saw a few I'd forgotten about (even though it was only about a week ago . . . is it possible that studying so much is overwriting my short-term memory?). I took Cannon out for his walk one morning and there was a freezing fog. The only other time I'd seen such a thing was on the summit of Mount Washington. The coolest thing was the mist freezing on all the spiderwebs. Ordinarily, most of them are too thin to be seen easily. The light coating of ice really made them stand out . . . unfortunately these images don't do it justice, but they're still pretty neat.