Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Fog Bank in Near Infrared

Living so close to the Snake River means I see more fog than many others in the Treasure Valley. The image below was taken several days ago after our largest snow storm this season. It shows the setting sun peeking over the top of a fog bank over the Snake River. The sky is very dark because molecules in the atmosphere doesn't scatter sunlight as well as it does blue light and it's shorter wavelength.

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