If you’ve ever seen a movie set in England, you know there’s fog here every now and again. When it rolls in, it’s usually thick as the proverbial pea soup, and I just resign myself to a bad hair day and a slow drive to work. I never gave much thought to what happens if there’s fog when the air temperature is below 0°C, as it was all day today. Noted in meteorological observations as FZFG, freezing fog has the ability to coat anything and everything in dainty white crystals, turning the entire countryside into a dreamscape. One advantage to living in a rural area is that I’m not going to hold up traffic or cause an accident if I stop in the middle of the road and snap some photos over the hedge!