On the east side of Folkestone, high on the cliffs overlooking East Wear Bay, is the village of Capel-le-Ferne, a place well known for its foggy climate. Many a time can one drive up Dover Hill out of a clear Folkestone, and into dense fog lingering on the clifftop.
But yesterday saw something a little more unusual; the fog coming in off the sea was so low and dense, that it was completely held in check by the cliffs – an ‘inversion fog’ so I understand.
Anyway, the bright blue sky above made for an amazing view, seldom seen except for on an airplane. And of course some great photos, too. 🙂