The consistency of the fog was constantly changing… it would be a complete white out one moment, and then some of the trees would be visible for a little bit, and every now and then the landscape behind would be visible ever so briefly. Although it couldn’t be seen from within the depths of the thick soup, the sun was coming up somewhere beyond this white cloud on the ground and was already starting to burn it off.
I think this particular photo illustrates the inconsistency of the fog quite well: the water in the foreground and foreground trees are clearly visible; the fog thickens just behind, giving us a glimpse of more trees; and beyond that, it’s all white!
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