Saturday Snapshot – House in the Fog

Saturday Snapshot is hosted over at At Home with Books and is just people sharing a photo they have taken and telling a little about it. Today I have a picture of this old house that I pass quite often. I woke up one morning to find fog covering everything, and thought this house would look especially cool in the fog. So I set out the get a picture of it.

Fog House

Here is a close up of the house itself.

Fog House 2

So what do you think? I know it looks a little creepy, but I am still drawn to it every time I pass. There has to be a story to this house and one day I hope to find out what it is. Do you have a Saturday Snapshot of something else to share today?

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18 responses to “Saturday Snapshot – House in the Fog

  1. Your snapshots sure look like stills from a Hitchcock movie.

  2. I Love the photos! Fog is wonderful to add mood to a photo. Is the house abandoned? How sad…looks like it might have been marvelous at one time.

  3. How spooky! I bet it looks very different in other lighting, but in the fog it definitely looks like a horror setting.

    • Haha. Yeah you are right. I have other pictures of it, but I love how spooky it looks in the fog. When it snows I am going to try and get a picture of it again.

  4. Brilliant idea to take this in the fog! It really creates a mood.

  5. How wonderfully gothic of you 🙂
    I expect to see a black caped figure emerge eerily from the mist…

  6. It’s too creepy for me!

  7. Ooh, I love it! That close-up shot is awesome. So moody and gorgeous and full of potential stories. 🙂

  8. Fog excites and scares and leads to many stories.
    Very nice photos.

  9. Love looking at old places! Where is it?

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