Fog can make for some of the most atmospheric images. It can give the photographer a blank canvas to paint upon by picking and choosing what objects ought to be depicted. They can and will stand on their own in the expanse of whites and grays. The right approach is a bit of a gamble, but in general, landscapes with static objects are a safer bet in fog-photography than flying birds.
Texas A&M University at Galveston and university researcher Christopher Marshall signed a new one-year contract Tuesday with ExxonMobil Research Qatar to continue studying dugongs, an order of sea cows distantly related to manatees, in the Arabian Gulf.