Summer Sea Fog at Midday
During a La Nina year in particular, humid air from the north travels over 3,000 miles south where it meets the cool Southern Ocean and condenses to form a narrow band of drifting coastal sea-fog. At noon on a sunny summer's day, the cliffs of Cape Buffon near Rivoli Bay, South Australia, have become shrouded and dark.
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