Whether that would be the correct term or not I am not sure, but I do know that sea smoke is a desirable condition while photographing the shore and ocean at Acadia N.P. I think it is well-adapted to inland water bodies as well.
Quabbin Reservoir often has these low cloud or fog shapes and to my mind they appear to be marching across the scene. The forms change as they move but maintain interest.
Captured from the Pelham Lookout on Route 202, the sun is actually rising to the right, southeast, at this time of the year (this was four years ago today) but often with sunrises, especially when there are clouds in front of the sun, the color is elsewhere and appropriately in the east for this shot.
I am not sure about the darker clouds at the left, but as they drifted across the distance the color drifted as well so I stopped making images. The composition might have been better with them more evenly balanced but the image still captures a nice moment in time.