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Pacific Fog Washes Ashore
Pacific Fog Washes Ashore

This photo was taken in Humbolt County on the far northern coastline of California. Coastal fog on the west coast seems to act differently than on the eastern seaboard, especially New England, and I certainly have plenty of it to see when visiting Maine and Massachusetts in the fall.

Around the seashores of Northern California, Oregon and Washington State, a marine layer usually creeps in during the wee hours, especially during the summer. The fog often burns off by mid-afternoon, leaving a few hours of golden sunshine before dusk. In the east, you can have continuous fog for days. These peculiarities can create opportunities for some very different photos on each coast.

Oh, and just try to get a shot of open beach in New England… Another thing I really like about the west coast is its nearly complete public access along the ocean.

Here’s my photo on Imagekind:
https://www.imagekind.com/-pacific-fog-washes-ashoredsc_art?IMID=fd0791c1-8dd7-4e3e-b7a7-a1150bb0a245


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Moored in a Brown Fog
Moored in a Brown Fog

“Moored in a Brown Fog”
Photo of the Week #16, selected in August, 2019

I took hundreds of photos during our tour of the Maine coast a few years ago. The fishing boats in this shot were moored in Seal Harbor, on the southern shore of eastern Mount Desert Island, near Acadia National Park.

We experienced rain and fog nearly every day during our autumn visit, which is normal for this region of New England, but the cold marine climate did make for some interesting shots. I love that the faded Cerulean-blue boat tells you that this isn’t a sepia or black-and-white photo.

Here’s my photo on Imagekind:
https://www.imagekind.com/-moored-in-a-brown-fog-dsc_art?IMID=2c195267-d82f-4d7a-95d2-12f34afa0e13


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Fishing Fleet at Rest

“Fishing Fleet at Rest”
Photo of the Week #8, from July 2019

Sometimes it’s the lack of color, like at daybreak in a foggy harbor, that gives a photo its unusual feel.  I love the contrast in this one, the sun forcing its way to the calm water.  The San Francisco area is famous for its thick fog, but I took this while walking the docks through the fog in Newport, on Oregon’s central coast. The town claims to be the “Dungeness Crab Capital of the world,” so I’m certain this fishing fleet is nearly empty on a clear morning.

As always, please click on the link to view the clear, full-color image:

https://www.imagekind.com/-fishing-fleet-at-restdsc_art?IMID=8177bf65-944d-4c08-96d4-44d84f5d4eca


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