The city in the clouds and fog

• Cities in the clouds and fog

The first direct observers of clouds began balloonists, hot air balloons rising (t. E. At the end of the XVIII century). They noticed that the shape of clouds in its structure divided into two groups - a cloud consisting of water particles in a liquid form and clouds composed of tiny ice crystals.

Today, we look at the unusual sight - a city in the clouds and fog.

The city in the clouds and fog

Evening San Francisco. (Photo by Robert Galbraith):

The city in the clouds and fog

Dubai. (Photo by Steve Crisp):

The city in the clouds and fog

Warsaw, Poland. (Photo Kacper Pempel):

The city in the clouds and fog

Qingdao, China. (Photo by Reuters):

The city in the clouds and fog

Dubai. (Photo by Steve Crisp):

The city in the clouds and fog

The stadium in Cape Town. (Photo by Mike Hutchings):

The city in the clouds and fog

Manhattan, New York. (Photo by Gary Hershorn):

The city in the clouds and fog

Qingdao, China. (Photo by Reuters):

The city in the clouds and fog

A cruise ship in New York. (Photo by Gary Hershorn):

The city in the clouds and fog

Dresden, Germany. (Photo: Arno Burgi):

The city in the clouds and fog

Wuhan, China. (Photo by Reuters):

The city in the clouds and fog

Skyscrapers in Shanghai, China. (Photo by Aly Song):

The city in the clouds and fog

Cape Town. (Photo by Mike Hutchings):

The city in the clouds and fog

Construction of skyscrapers in Rizhao, China. (Photo by Reuters):

The city in the clouds and fog

Seattle. (Photo by Elaine Thompson):

The city in the clouds and fog

Clouds in Hong Kong. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

The city in the clouds and fog

Eugene - the second largest city in Oregon. (Photo by Andy Nelson):

The city in the clouds and fog