I live in Tucson, Arizona. Fog doesn’t present itself here very often.
On the rare occasion it does, it’s usually burnt off within fifteen or twenty minutes of sunrise, but today was different: different in the fog’s presence at all; different in the density; different in the length of time it stuck around.
It was almost three hours after sunrise that it dissipated, so my drive across town was a bit surreal. Strange as it was, I enjoyed the change of pace.
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