Early morning fog is really a cloud that condenses at ground level.

Early morning fog hugs the ground.

Detailed Description

On California's Marin Headlands, facing away from the Golden Gate Bridge, the August heat hits the cool air from the Ocean, creating a very thick fog that tends to sit low on the ground. The temperature difference also creates wind, pushing the fog like a ribbon in a fan.


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Location Taken: San Francisco, Marin Headlands, CA, US


Dan Heller