In Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, there are gorillas and there is mist. The foreground gorilla is a mother holding a newborn baby.
These belong to the Susa group, which was studied by Dian Fossey. Here’s some video of the group in action:
Reaching them requires the coordinated efforts of advanced trackers, an hour drive up into the mountains and a hike through farmland and dense jungle that lasts anywhere from 2 to 6 hours. More pics and video here if you’re interested.