Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Cascading fog

This is one of the more unusual sights around the Bay of Fundy coast: a cascading bank of fog! Fundy's cliffs are so abrupt in some places that you can actually watch fog roll along the water and up the embankments. Sometimes fog creeps up behind a peninsula then spills over the top of the cliff and into the Bay like a mystical waterfall. This photo was taken at Fundy National Park in Alma, New Brunswick.

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