Making a Fog Timelapse
We went hiking on Mount Tamalpais this past weekend, twice, actually: both Saturday and Sunday. Saturday was especially interesting because we had intense fog (the marine layer) down below us and an overcast sky above us. The motion of the clouds and fog was fantastic.
Having anticipated this, I had brought a tripod to shoot a… Continue reading
A week ago today I was hunkered down on the west peak of Mount Tamalpais. I felt as though I were on top of the world because the wind was blasting dense fog straight toward me, just barely over my head. I could reach up and almost touch this ceiling of fog. Coming from the Pacific Ocean, the rapidly moving… Continue reading
To say this morning’s sunrise was stunning would be an understatement. Early on I could tell the quiet display was going to be spectacular; so, I ran for my camera.
Presented below is an unusual panoramic projection for me. I chose this projection (the way the pano actually is presented in your browser) because it gives a better sense of… Continue reading
This pano from atop Mount Tamalpais in the Marin Headlands provides another stunning view of the Pacific Ocean, which was partially covered by a thick blanket of fog. In the distance you can see Mill Valley, Belvedere, Tiburon, Angel Island, Sausalito, and the Marin Headlands. The bay area is well-known for its micro climates. Unlike below the fog layer, here… Continue reading
This pano was shot today on one of Mount Tamalpais‘ many ridges overlooking the Pacific Ocean below. But today, as is often the case in the summer, the ocean was partially covered by a thick blanket of fog. In the distance you can see Mill Valley, Belvedere, Tiburon, Angel Island, Sausalito, the Marin Headlands, even the faint outline of the… Continue reading