Got Fog? (clouds fog architecture sky ). Photo by stoneygirl

Got Fog?

Uploaded by: stoneygirl

Wednesday October 3, 2012

Worcester, MA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: We had a tremendous amount of fog today. It made the old Worcester State Mental Institution look reallllllly creepy. Most of the old place has been torn down but fortunately, they are dismantling the clock tower to be re-raised in the future. It is an awesome piece of architecture and I'm so glad to see it being preserved. I think Vincent Price would LOVE this place. I actually shot this at a red light from about 1/4 mile away.

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About stoneygirl

stoneygirl

My name is Debbie and I live in Central Massachusetts. I am a mom of 2, a grandma to Jace and a "Mama Stone" (as I'm called) to about 25 rental kids as I call them. I consider myself to be a serious maybe even (as all my kids would say, "Obsessed" photographer. If it moves I photograph it, if breaths I photograph it, if it doesn't breath I photograph it and if it doesn't move I photograph it even more. Ok, so my kids are right, I'm obsessed. I never leave home with out it, my camera that is. I've always loved photography but as I've headed into my mid-life crisis period I have begun to open my eyes to more of the wonder around me. Why it took so long I don't know but look out world I have arrived. Now I have a thirst to make up for lost time and I love Wunderground and all of the wunderful photographers I get to share my world with. I absolutely love seeing everyones photos from around the world and for that I thank all of you for your wonderful generosity for sharing them with me and us on this great site. Smile say cheese now!!

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