September 5, 2015

Early Morning Fog at My Farm

As many of you know, I live in close proximity to the Cross River Reservoir, where early patches of fog are common. Fog is essentially made up of condensed water droplets - a result of the air being cooled to the point where it can no longer hold all the water vapor it contains.

Fog reduces visibility below one-kilometer, making it very difficult for driving or even walking. Earlier this week, a blanket of fog covered my Bedford Farm one early morning. I captured some glimpses of this atmospheric phenomenon in these photos. Enjoy.

I wish you all a very peaceful and restful Labor Day weekend.