A woman rides her bike with a dog on Portland’s Eastern Prom on Thursday. The city spent the morning socked in with fog. Troy R. Bennett | BDN
by Carl Sandburg, 1878 – 1967
The fog comes
on little cat feet.
It sits looking
over harbor and city
on silent haunches
and then moves on.
Portland was socked in by fog this morning. It’s a dreary dampness that’s been hanging around for a few days and looks to be settling in to stay at least one more. Out looking for pictures this morning, looking through my lens at the muted colors, I remembered that poem.
A herring gull preens atop a piling in Portland on Thursday amid the morning fog. The National Weather Service is calling for more fog after dark and into Friday. Troy R. Bennett | BDN
A dog retrieves a stick from the water at Portland’s East End Beach ion Thursday. The damp weather and fog lowered visibility to just a few yards. Troy R. Bennett | BDN
A fishing boat motors out of Portland Harbor on Thursday while morning fog persists. The weather is expected to remain dreary for at least another day. Troy R. Bennett | BDN
A man looks out into the fog from a bench at Fort Sumner Park on North Street atop Portland’s Munjoy Hill on Thursday. The spot normally commands a view of Bayside, Back Cover and I295. Troy R. Bennett | BDN
Low skies and fog glower over Portland on Thursday. The weather is expected to remain dreary for at least another day. Troy R. Bennett | BDN