A Connecticut weather enthusiast recorded what he called “55 seconds of Zen” in the form of a slow pan taking in mist rising off the Connecticut River on a chilly June 1.
Erich Twachtman captured this footage near Higganum, Connecticut.
Twachtman, who runs the eWeather social media channels, pointed out that a fish even jumps out of the water at one point in the video, and water fowl swim along at the end.
The low temperature in Higganum on June 1 was 43 F, according to reports, and the Connecticut River temperature was 68 F, Twachtman told Storyful, causing the mist to form. Credit: eWeather via Storyful