Photo date: January 20, 2017. Photographer: Mark Mahin.
The phenomenon of unexplained plasma-like clouds photographed at ground level is visually documented at this site, at this site, in Mya Gleny's site here,
in the book "The Orb Project" by Miceal Ledwith and Klaus Heinemann,
Ph.D, and in the book "Beyond Photography: Encounters with Orbs, Angels
and Light-Forms," by Katie Hall and John Pickering.
I don't get such a thing very often, but occasionally I will get a hard-to-explain photo of a mist-like cloud at ground level, such as the one below. I got this on a night when it wasn't very cold (41 degrees F), and while my camera was at arm's length. After taking this photo, I tried three different times photographing my breath while I was blowing as hard as I could. None of these photos showed anything mist-like in the photo.