The last time I was in southern Utah I stopped at Bryce Canyon National Park mainly to get sunrise images at Sunrise Point. It was late October and the weather was getting cold. My first morning I got to Sunrise Point well before sunrise. However, this is what greeted me. Actually, the fog was even thicker immediately upon my arrival.
If you look through the fog, you can see a trail going down the ridge. There is a small wide spot to the right of the trail. Years ago when my wife, our son, and I visited this park, we were waiting on the sunrise from the spot where I'm standing. Some people had gathered at the spot below and were waiting, too. One lady had her tripod and camera set up near the edge. I happened to be looking down there when I saw her camera setup tip forward and fall over the edge and disappear. She must have seen or heard it fall and sat down and started scooting to the edge to see where it went. She started to get too far down that deceptively sloping edge. Luckily, a man standing near her grabbed the collar of her coat and pulled her back to safety.
Bryce Canyon National Park