A Dense Fog Advisory across our region can be dangerous for travel, and add to the darkness of winter during the daylight hours. However at night in the city, especially by water, it can have a magical effect on the scenery. That is what a couple of local photographers captured last night, January 11, 2013 around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Check out the great images in the slide show.
Deborah Felmey shared a few pictures on my Facebook page that captured the stillness of the water reflecting the lights centered on The Domino’s Sugar sign in Locust Point.
There are two views, one close up on the sign, and you can see the Ravens logo on the side of the building. The wider views adds an extra purple haze in the sky. For those outside of Baltimore, our Ravens have their playoff game in Denver today, and the entire city is behind them.
The other photos form various points around the harbor come from Jim Schuyler. He had a great perspective from the top of the World Trade Center looking down. He took another approach to the Inner Harbor with a focus on the National Aquarium. The reflections of the neon water lights on the water itself is captivating in its redundant simplicity.
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Dense Fog Advisory Until 10 AM Saturday
The visibility under ¼ makes it difficult to see some overhead street signs and traffic signals, in addition to oncoming traffic. It will be slow to burn off, which may limit how warm we can get today. If it burns off sooner, Baltimore may reach into the 60s.
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