When it rains all night, expect to see a fog-covered landscape the next day.
Ok, that may not always be true but in my years of travel to these terraced hills, I've lived by that rule. The trick to catching the fog-rise was to wake up earlier than the sun. You see, the hills can get real cold and damp when it rains all night. The next morning, kissed by the sun, the ground warms up and any moisture just at its surface goes airborne. Instant clouds. But here's the real kicker: keep an eye on the valleys in-between the hills. That's where rivers normally live. There's a lot more moisture above those places that can suddenly rise out of nowhere, and take on the shape of the river itself. Click. Enjoy