Britain’s weather can be unpredictable. But the fog is expected, actually inspiring the fashion label London Fog. Just last week a fog blanketed the city of London, leaving the stunning city unseen. (Do you think Londoners get the day off from work for “Fog Days” like some do in the U.S. for “Snow Days”?) Check out this snapshot of a day in London covered in fog:
A young woman makes her way across Millennium Bridge.
The Tower Bridge has done a disappearing act. (Rex Features/AP)
“Think I’ll go out for a brisk early run … oh, wait a minute.” (Rex Features/AP)
Planes were grounded at Heathrow Airport due to the early morning fog. (Steve Parsons/PA)
The sun tries to break through the mist over the River Thames. (Rex Features/AP)
Commuters make their way to the Newbury Park Tube station. (Sean Dempsey/PA)
A District line underground train has less than 50 meters (164 feet) visibility. (Martin Keene/PA)
Passersby stop to soak in the view. Or, lack thereof to be more accurate. (Rex Features/AP)
The skyline is barely visible through the fog. (Rex Features/AP)
The thick fog begins to lift in morning sunlight over London Bridge. (Rex Features/AP)
Have you been in London when it’s this foggy?
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