Out of the Fog

Great foggy morning here at The Aerie.

Emerging From the Fog

Perfect day to work from home.


11 thoughts on “Out of the Fog

  1. Driving through heavy fog scares me almost as much as driving through a blizzard in the northern Midwest. It’s especially treacherous when you’re on those switchback roads in the hills, and you don’t know if you’ll literally run into a truck coming around the bend or some thoughtless driver who didn’t bother to turn on his lights.

    It does make for haunting, beautiful photographs, however. Nice picture.

    • HG — this time of year is when it can get the most dense (and most dangerous) around here. We’re pretty lucky that it only happens to get bad a few times a year. Most of the time, it’s like this and burns off pretty quickly.

  2. Where do you live? That looks like coastal fog. It’s really pretty in a photograph.

    I live most of my life until recently in California’s San Joaquin Valley, and the tule fog there is intensely dense and dangerous. I’m kind of in love with the coastal fog that I get to experience now!

    • We’re in suburban San Diego about 7 miles east of Del Mar/Torrey Pines as the crow flies — so we get coastal fog pretty often. Most often in the fall and spring though.

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