The fog is rolling in off the river -- blurring and covering. Landmarks are slowly fading to gray. Not much to get your bearings by. But look for the taller things. They stand out. The Steamboat Natchez is still there, tall in the fog.
While it may slow down river traffic. The fog here on the Moonwalk in the French Quarter of New Orleans adds a romantic air.
Lagniappe -- ( a little something extra)
Alluvially speaking it spills into Trinity Bay and makes its way to the Gulf of Mexico. Hydrologically speaking a dam and channel control the flow.
Geographically speaking it is a source of water that supports the tourism and industry of Houston.
But we're speaking pixelly here, and I just thought it was an interesting shot.
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