2012-03-05 – Hong Kong Fog Over Victoria Harbour (Monotone)
Aspect Ratio: 3:1
Coastal fog is usually a result of advection fog which forms when relatively warm, moist air passes over a cool surface, As the cool water condenses into the warmer atmosphere, fog forms over the ocean and the winds transport it over Hong Kong.
The mountains around Hong Kong trap the fog. The marine layer is different. That is formed when a layer of cool coastal air is trapped beneath a layer of warm, drier air. The warm, dry air causes evaporation of the ocean surface. The moist air is then trapped within the layer of cool coastal air. Hong Kong with over 230 Islands and all with peaks of different heights as well as volatile air temperatures can do some amazing visual effects.
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