As the sun set on the Jurassic Coast it backlit some remarkable sea mist. Sea fret or haar is a cold sea fog which occurs the cold air just above the sea's surface cools the warm air above it until it can no longer hold its moisture. This forces the warm air to condense, forming tiny particles of water which forms the fog. Unusual conditions are wonderful to witness and are certainly photogenic.
The headland in the distance is White Nothe with Mupe Bay and Lulworth inbetween.
Location: Swyre Head, Dorset, UK