Several years ago my wife and I took a week long windjammer trip on the Schooner Isaac Evans out of Rockland, Maine. We arrived on a Friday evening, boarded and got to know our fellow passengers. We were leaving port in the early morning. When we awoke we were barely able to see our hands stretched out in front of us. We wondered how we were going to manuver through the harbor. However, our crafty and well trained Captain was able to manuver us out of the harbor into the open bay so we could enjoy the sights. Several hours later the fog had lifted and the sun shone brightly. At first I was a bit dissapointed with the wether but later realized that the fog had provided an opportunity to take pictures such as the above photo (Foggy Morning #1).