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Visual Narrative: Raleigh in the Fog

The Wilmont

The Wilmont

Visibility on these evenings was incredibly low, the National Weather Service even issued an alert due to this unusually strong fog. These shots include S. Hillsborough St., The Wilmont, the Raleigh Apartments, and the Boylan Street Bridge, from which all the downtown buildings were completely invisible.

Boylan Bridge

Boylan Bridge

trees

Trees in the fog

Broughton Parking Lot

Hillsborough Street power substation

Raleigh Apartments

Raleigh Apartments

Raleigh Apartments

Raleigh Apartments

Raleigh Apartments

Raleigh Apartments

Broughton High parking lot

Broughton High parking lot


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