In pictures: Places covered in fog

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See the world in a new light with this photo tour of places covered in fog.

A blanket of fog can give any landscape an air of whimsy or mystery, adding a special something to the mundane or amplifying the beauty of the world’s already breathtaking sights.

Fog is a common character in colder coastal cities like Seattle, San Francisco and London, but wafts of haze can float over even the most mainland of cities.

See the world in a new light with this photo tour of places covered in fog.

The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco (Image: mdalmuld)
The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco (Image: mdalmuld)
Golden Gate Park in San Francisco (Image: Michael Fraley)
Golden Gate Park in San Francisco (Image: Michael Fraley)
Central Park in New York City (Image: Eric K Gross)
Central Park in New York City (Image: Eric K Gross)
The Seattle Space Needle (Image: rutlo)
The Seattle Space Needle (Image: rutlo)
Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany (Image: damian_hunt)
Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany (Image: damian_hunt)
Corfe Castle, England (Image: davidbunting)
Corfe Castle, England (Image: davidbunting)
Machu Picchu, Peru (Image: Lee Edwin Coursey)
Machu Picchu, Peru (Image: Lee Edwin Coursey)
Mountains through the fog (Image: rachel_thecat used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
Mountains through the fog (Image: rachel_thecat used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
Montana de Oro, California (Image: minicooper93402)
Montana de Oro, California (Image: minicooper93402)
German countryside (Image: Thomas Euler used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
German countryside (Image: Thomas Euler used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)

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In pictures: Places covered in fog was last modified: June 26th, 2019 by Marissa Willman
Author: Marissa Willman (786 posts)

Marissa Willman earned a bachelor's degree in journalism before downsizing her life into two suitcases for a teaching gig in South Korea. Seoul was her home base for two years of wanderlusting throughout six countries in Asia. In 2011, Marissa swapped teaching for travel writing and now calls Southern California home.