Sea smoke is simply a fog which is formed when very cold air moves over warmer water. And those were the exact conditions last Saturday when Mike Tully, Steve Perlmutter and I drove to Portsmouth, New Hampshire. We arrived at the location about 20 minutes before dawn and found about a dozen other brave photographers already scouting out a spot to catch dawn. We were treated to a spectacular sunrise, but before that we made the most of the blue hour.
I’ll have my favorite from the morning next week. Although, if you follow me on Facebook or Google Plus, you’ve already seen it!
Fun! Cold but fun, really nice as well Bob