I just returned from leading a wonderful workshop for the Friends of Arizona Highways up the Northern California coast and into southern Oregon. We were treated to some outstanding fog in the redwoods, but were shut out for evening light every day but one. However, it was a great crew–and a great time.
“The Exalted” was the result of patience and perseverance–meaning we had to wait out the rain. The fog moved in and out over a 3 hour period, giving us photo opportunities in fog of varying degrees.
“Coastal Blues” came on the one night the horizon was not obscured with clouds. The tide was going out, leaving lots of sweet pools to reflect the sky. Of course we weren’t lucky enough for a great sunset, but we had fun making some lemonade, so to speak.
Coastal Jumble was the result of simply turning 180 degrees and looking behind me.