Thank you @pointreyesnps for hosting this recent instameet! It was a truly unique experience getting to see the lighthouse in action. While we were mainly shrouded in fog and didn't get too much of a sunset, the fog has its own charms. It is an incredible experience to be at the lighthouse, and hear the surf below without being able to see it. Definitely feel like you're above it all! This was taken after they had already closed the curtain on the main light, but a secondary light was active and created an interesting star pattern in the fog.
Also it was great hanging out with so many wonderful photographers! Good seeing you out there @larrynienkark, @barce, @bastian.hoppe, @lmontezemolo, @tenay32, @jessicajmiller, and @michellejacquemet!
Shots this surreal and abstract are a bit different for me, but I figured I'd share anyways since this offered a pretty interesting perspective of San Francisco nestled in the fog. I hope you enjoy! Nice to see the fog again!
Some more moody drama out at Yosemite a little while ago. Definitely one of my favorite trips out there. I think winter is by far my favorite season in the valley! .
If you haven't already, be sure to check out the other amazing photographers tagged in the photo!
I recently caught this sunrise just after the change to daylight savings. Not too much fog, but just enough to make things interesting as a cargo ship plowed its way through some of the lower stuff on its way into port.
I recently managed to capture the last bit of alpenglow out at El Cap after scrambling around the park trying to find the right spot for this sunset. Part of what made this sunset so amazing was the fog forming over the snow. It seemed that the snow would cool the air just above it after the sun set to condense the moisture in the air and create these incredible layers of dense fog. Definitely hope I see something like that again.