Weekly Photo Challenge: Three Picture Story

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  1. Awesome. What time of the days was that taken?

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    1. It was sunset. A fast-changing sunset!

      On Sun, Feb 23, 2014 at 8:35 PM, MK photographs wrote:

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  2. That fog rolling in – wow! ~SueBee

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    1. Fog is so …. mysterious! Love it.

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  3. That fog bank is amazing – and legendary – nothing like it on the East Coast – gotta have the extremes of really warm/dry of the inland desert and the cold Pacific current. Sigh, I love California. Great trio!

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    1. Thanks Eliza!

      I didn’t know that the East coast doesn’t get these big fog banks! Yes, San Francisco is nearly always just roiling in fog. So dramatic. I love it too — especially now that I don’t live there any longer. Used to live on the peninsula and I needed to escape the clouds/fog frequently.

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      1. Yes, I don’t think I could stand it every day. I need the sun! Maine coast and islands like Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard will often have fog, but not every day, and it’ll generally lift by mid-day. But I’ve only visited the islands and lived in Maine for a summer, so don’t take my word for it as total fact for year-round.

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        1. It may sound funny to northeastern ears, but I found it much too cold in SF. Eventually I had to move back to Southern Cal. Now I am just a frequent visitor, but I miss it a lot.

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