Yesterday the fog rolled in. In most areas it burned off quickly, but on the penninsula of the Eastern Front it lasted all day. I saw a number of beautiful photos, but I was always with a patient or otherwise unable to shoot them. Through dumb luck, I had left my good camera in the trunk of my car; I would not even attempt to shoot in fog with the iPhone.
In the early evening, we went back out to try for some photos. Most of the fog had finally burned off.
As you can see, it lifted enough to show the harbor, but hadn’t left completely by dusk.
This morning it was back, and I was able to catch this on the Harbor: