Fog Toronto March

The fog of March in video

For all the fog photos that we've posted over the last week or so, it's rare to find a quality time-lapse sequence that tracks a brume-filled night. Thankfully Ben Lean, who goes by *Imperialis* on Flickr, has given us a great visual on just how quickly the city can be engulfed in little water droplets. As a time-lapse, the sequence is obviously sped up, but it's still remarkable to see the speed by which the skyline is transformed. The best part for my money is at the very end when night comes to a close and the fog lifts to reveal Toronto bathed in sun.

Check it out.

And if you're in the mood to have a gander at more time-lapses, have a look at these other videos:



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