I had a little extra time this morning before going to work so I thought I'd take some photos of our crisp west coast autumn day. The temperature was about 5 degrees, and a temperature inversion had created a fog bank in Burrard Inlet (Port of Vancouver).  These shots are a little graining as I took them on my camera phone, but you can't even see the city.  Sure your first impression would be all the hipsters protesting against the corruption on Wall St. and smoking joints at the art gallery before enjoying a $5 latte at Starbucks, but you would be wrong. It was just fog. You can just see the tallest building in Vancouver.