Ok, first off the bat. What's the difference between fog and mist? I mean, they work together well as rhyming slang. Who hasn't had a night out with the boys and gone home a bit fog & mist? Really. But there is some sort of difference between the two though, right?
::consults the oracle::
M'kay, it seems that like so much in life thickness is paramount. Density. (As an aside, did you know that Princess Anne's ex-husband Mark Phillips was referred to as 'Fog', because he was thick and wet?)
So, this is a long, rambly, roundabout way of saying that I woke to thick mist this morning. Something to do with cold nights, warmer days and temperature of the ocean. Don't you just love science!? Curiously it looks a little less dense in the photo than in real life (if only I could pull that one off), but here is a shot into the mysterious mists from the end of the platform at Redfern train station this morning, part of my daily commute.
Anyone spot a gorilla?