Breathtaking Tidal Wave Of Fog Rolling Over Newfoundland Mountains
Dec 20, 2014
In Lark Harbour, Newfoundland, the terrain is just perfect for clouds to roll in, and that's exactly what Andrew Perry captured. Fog is really just low-forming clouds. The fog forms on one side of the mountain where there is moisture (the bay side), and it disappears as it hits the drier, warmer air on the other side. The water in the fog dries up before this cascading curtain of clouds ever finishes its decent.