Sunday, October 9, 2016

The Perfect Halloween Fog

You realize how odd (and awesome) this weird thing of Yard Haunting is when you gasp at the sight of a low-hanging Halloween fog.  Total fog envy.

Click each pic for a short video:

From the SpookaPalooza tumblr.

9 comments:

Jay's Shadow said...

I have always have problems with my fog to the point I just use it.
Too much wind, not chilly enough.

Over the summer I made a better fog chiller, so hoping for prime conditions this year.

Colleen said...

I bought a low lying fogger this year.. I will be over the moon if my fog comes out looking like this! I wonder if cool air helps the affect(which up here in Maine, I will most likely have a cool Halloween night)? I agree whole heartedly that this fog is the absolute perfect model of what Halloween fog should be! Truly beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

Willow Cove said...

So cool. Which reminds me. Need to fire up the fog
Machines and test them.

Hopsy the beer drinking clown said...

Ahhhhhh, such excellent, well behaved fog!

girl6 said...

so velevety & thick!!
like the (vampire shaped) fog on the original fright night movie poster..lovely!!

wicKED said...

I can dream to one day have this effect in one of my haunts.....

girl6 said...

https://www.etriggerz.com/products/mpsc-ef7305-u?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=googlepla&variant=47

Primwitch69 said...

Perfection

ShellHawk said...

Laying fog outdoors is such a challenge! At the mercy of the wind or heat, but so gorgeous when Mother Nature cooperates!

I "cheat" and buy a few large bags of ice and scatter them all over my display area to cool it down about a half hour before I fire up my machines. I get enough to dump into my fog chiller and the perforated drain pipe I send it through.
http://amzn.to/2dYP3xu

I also have the Mr. go out and spray down the area with water. Between the ice and the water, at least some tries to stick in a breeze!