I love winter in Canberra. Sunny clear days, blue blue skies. And foggy mornings. Lots of foggy mornings.
Fog means quiet, still mornings. It means calm. It means something slightly ethereal or even eerie.
On this morning, I ventured up Mt Ainslie, one of the two peaks in Canberra, to see if the weather app did it's job in predicting patchy fog.
From 5.30am I watched the fog roll into and over the city, covering the lake, the landmarks and the roads until by about 9.30, the centre of the city was completely covered.
After the dawn had broken, the fog looked like waves rolling in from the sea, and - in this case - covering one of the many national institutions dotted around the lake, the National Museum of Australia.
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