Low-lying fog along the coast, Newfoundland and Labrador
© Scott Leslie/Minden Picture
Rolling fog. Beauty of mother nature
As our image shows, fog is a low-forming cloud that is made up of water droplets suspended in the air or near the Earth’s surface. It tends to form when the humidity is at a hundred per cent at ground-level. Newfoundland is amongst the foggiest places in the world with fog hanging around for relatively long periods.