The Goldstream Trestle. (Photo by Leanne Edington)

See your great fog images from across Greater Victoria

It was a foggy day today and your cameras captured some beautiful images

A thick carpet of fog descended upon many areas across Greater Victoria and your cameras captured some amazing images of it. Check out some of your best images of the fog today.

If you have more great images let us know, we will be updating this gallery throughout the day.

Good morning Victoria! 🌫 #nofilter #foggy #fall #yyj #schooldays

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Good morning 🍁 #fog #yyj #fall

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Keep on sending us your photographs, we will be updating the gallery throughout the day.



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The Goldstream Trestle. (Photo by Leanne Edington)

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