Fog In An Ocean Inlet

The geography of New York harbor makes fog inevitable. The picture above shows a warm early-summer day with high clouds and a nice bank of fog right across the harbor. It’s easiest to see as the white streak across the base of the hills in Staten Island, in the center of the picture.

If that’s too mundane, how about Joseph Pennell’s watercolor of Manhattan from Brooklyn, with the skyline behind the fog?