PHOTO: Waves of fog

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Our Daily Photo #2904 is from seaside_signs who took this shot of the fog rolling in over Lions Gate Bridge.

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Waves of Fog 🌫🌊 . The tail end of last night's rush hour over the Lions Gate Bridge with zero visibility. A large fog bank from the Salish Sea (aka Georgia Strait) quickly moved up the Burrard Inlet and into Vancouver. The sound of fog horns filled the air. Captured at 6:30pm from the slopes of Hollyburn Mountain in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada ~ November 19, 2018 🌫 . . . . . . . . #Fogcouver #LionsGateBridge #StanleyPark #CoalHarbour #Vancouver @Vancouver_Canada @Canada #VeryVancouver #VisitaVancouver #MixVancouver #CuriocityVan #DailyHiveVan #VancityFeature #WanderVancouver #Photos604 #604Now #VancouverIsAwesome #ExploreBC #ExploreCanada @Canada #TheGlobeWanderer #NarcityCanada #LiveTravelChannel #ImagesOfCanada #EnjoyCanada #CanonCanada #ShareCanGEO #TourCanada #ShareTheCoast #GeorgiaStraight

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