U.S.S. Alabama Battleship Memorial Park Enshrouded in Fog

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The U.S.S. Alabama enshrouded in fog: Glynn Wilson

MOBILE, Ala. — A strange fog converged on the Mobile County side of Mobile Bay on Monday even into the afternoon, creating an interesting lighting situation at the U.S.S. Alabama Battleship Memorial Park. It was not the “fog of war” created by smoke from exploding shell from the weapons of war, but I suspect an industry-pollution driven fog from the chemical plants on the Mobile side of the bay.

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Mobile Bay enshrouded in fog: Glynn Wilson

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A lonely fishing boat on Mobile Bay enshrouded in fog: Glynn Wilson

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The U.S.S. Drum, a World War II era submarine, in the fog on Mobile Bay: Glynn Wilson

A U.S. military helicopter appears to be going down in Mobile, Alabama: Glynn Wilson

A U.S. military helicopter appears to be going down in Mobile, Alabama: Glynn Wilson

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A big gun aimed at Mobile: Glynn Wilson

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A tank appears to be protecting the city of Mobile: Glynn Wilson

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The U.S.S. Alabama enshrouded in fog: Glynn Wilson

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A World War II era B52 Bomber, the Calamity Jane, with downtown Mobile in the background: Glynn Wilson

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Mobile Bay enshrouded in fog: Glynn Wilson

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Statues in silhouette in the Vietnam Memorial: Glynn Wilson

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Mobile Bay enshrouded in fog: Glynn Wilson

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