The sea-mist doesn’t happen that often along the southern coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula. It happens maybe about once or twice a year, and it can be quite localised.
The sea mist briefly appeared early one morning late last week on the coast:
When I saw it I hoped the it was thick enough for me to photograph some of the granite rocks amongst the seamiest, as had happened on a previous occasion.
However, the sea mist had more or less dissipated by the time Kayla and I started walking amongst the granite rocks on the foreshore near Dep’s Beach. The sea mist was very localised: it swirled around Rosetta Head and stayed out on the southern ocean.
So I was unable to make dark and mysterious images.