The building on the left is the BMO Building. The building on the right is the back side of this guy. I like how tall buildings in fog bring the “ceiling” down, without them it’s just a thick white mass somewhere up there. But when there are tall buildings piercing the mass up above, it lends a real sense of cover, sort of like crown molding in a room. It defines what usually feels like endless, unbroken height. I find even in chilly, damp fog the sense of an actual ceiling makes being outside a little more cozy.
Also, 100th post!