Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Newfoundland from Space

I saw this pic recently while watching the CBC program 'Here and Now'.  It is a remarkable view of Newfoundland's east coast from space.  In the past week the east coast has been blanketed with fog while today the west coast had sunny skies and 24 degrees C.  In Newfoundland the wet, foggy days coincide with caplin season - small fish which spawn on many beaches each June.  These foggy days are therefore referred to as 'caplin weather'.  

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