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Ruling Out the Conventional

Fog generally appears at night. Critics often say that ghostly mists may simply be fog. However, as you can see from these pics, fog does not usually create a misty effect. Instead, you can see hundreds, if not thousands, of tiny droplets. Of course, this should not be surprising since fog is composed of such droplets. Whether dense or sparse, fog traditionally manifests on camera as many separate objects.