The Mornington Peninsula is known for its cooler weather and stronger winds (especially along the southern coast), and rarely has conditions suitable for fog. On this day I struck it lucky. I had been visiting the Peninsula every time I heard there was the possibility of heavy fog along the coast but it never happened. Years passed, and then one day it was there and it lasted nearly all day. It’s quite unsettling too and very much out of character for the area. I spent several hours going from location to location shooting as much as I could. Here I photographed one of the more unique ‘castle’ style private jetties along the bay-side. It was soo quiet and the water wasn’t moving or making a sound.