Fog. It just rolls in. You get little bits of sky, little bits of sun, but when it’s thick it just sits and covers everything. These photos show how the fog really is just a thin band above the earth’s surface with blue sky above. It’s deceptive. It’s disheartening knowing that if you were just a bit taller, well maybe 50 to 100m taller, you’d be in sunshine with blue sky and fluffy clouds. But here you are in the gray, waiting.
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