sea fog


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sea fog

Fog which overlies bodies of sea or ocean.
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But for me, this will always be the sea fog that rolls in off Tynemouth Longsands and chases you all the way to Billy Mill Roundabout.
One morning during the blue light of dawn when a sea fog had rolled in, it almost felt like the set for Jurassic Park.
Recorded at Tim Rice-Oxley's Sea Fog Studios, the new album represents a return to the artists' roots in East Sussex.
And, judging by the crowd's reaction to the new songs, tracks opener You Are Young, latest single Sovereign Light Cafe and encore ballad Sea Fog are all classics in the making.
There will still be cloud and sea fog affecting the temperatures at the coast, though it will be a little less extensive.
IT could be mistaken for sea fog - but it's ahaze of explosive gas that fills the background of this photograph.
The middle day's sea fog stopped the go-ahead team from setting new records with the crowds.
Korea: South Korea s military said Sunday it will not punish soldiers who fired at a passenger jet flying from China, mistaking the aircraft for an enemy plane amid sea fog and high tensions with North Korea.
I regained my composure and watched a chain of five huge whale spouts rupture sporadically through the sea fog.
The therapy is applied in various forms, as either showers of warmed seawater, application of marine mud or of algae paste, or the inhalation of sea fog and mud and seaweed wrapping.
When the Sun Sea appeared out of the summer sea fog off the British Columbia coast last week, few in the Canadian government were caught by surprise.
They're all sailing to the island of Mauritius, on a voyage that will somehow play a role--some sea fog rolls in here to make this end somewhat unclear--in the British war to open up China to the opium trade.