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    What is the difference among haze, mist, fog?

    I was seeing this video for a while ago. But I can't tell what word refers to a picture on video.
    Please help me to understand difference of the words haze, mist, fog."Whisper of a thrill" - Pictures of fog, mist, haze - YouTube

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    Re: What is the difference among haze, mist, fog?

    See susiedqq's answer in mist vs fog in the Similar Threads below, and also the replies in this thread.

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    Re: What is the difference among haze, mist, fog?

    "I was seeing this video for a while ago."
    What do you mean by this?

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    Re: What is the difference among haze, mist, fog?

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    "I was seeing this video for a while ago."
    What do you mean by this?
    I meant blue letters, you can see the video entitled pictures of fog, mist, haze by clicking blue letters far below. But there is no caption which is mist or haze or fog. I want to know what words refers to what picture.
    "Whisper of a thrill" - Pictures of fog, mist, haze - YouTube

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    Re: What is the difference among haze, mist, fog?

    Quote Originally Posted by eggcracker View Post
    I meant blue letters, you can see the video entitled pictures of fog, mist, haze by clicking blue letters far below. But there is no caption which is mist or haze or fog. I want to know what words refers to what picture.
    "Whisper of a thrill" - Pictures of fog, mist, haze - YouTube
    "I saw this video a while ago." is the correct way to say it.

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