Your fog photos from England
- 13 March 2014
- From the section England
BBC News website readers have been sending in their pictures of fog that shrouded parts of England earlier. The Met Office described it as radiation fog which occurs when thermal radiation overnight cools the land and the air close to the ground's surface. This reduces the ability of the air to hold moisture, allowing condensation and fog to occur. Here is a selection of your photos:
Claire Davis says: "I took this photo from the sixth floor of my office on London Wall. The fog was just starting to dissipate and the sun was glowing through the mist beyond the Gherkin. I think I happened to be in the right place at the right time!"
Karin Winlof says: "As I was walking to work along the Embankment on this beautiful morning, the view was so stunning that I decided to cross the busy road to try to immortalise the scenery and I was very pleased with the result."
Vishal Sharma took two pictures of the fog from his bedroom window in Bromley, Kent. The picture on the right was taken at 03:13 GMT and the second at 07:15 GMT.
Edward Conway says: "I took this picture from Pennington Court at 07:15 GMT looking across the Thames towards Canary Wharf."
Gary Denton took this picture in his back garden in Upper Basildon, Berkshire
Sophie Powers says: "Cold and foggy morning in Cleveleys."
David McKenna says: "This picture of my border collie Buddy was taken on my phone at the Owlet nature reserve near Gainsborough, Lincolnshire."
Jamie Whitehouse @JamiePaulW took this photo by a canal in Birmingham near Oldbury.
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