Fog

I wrote about our local June gloom — thick marine layer (fog) — in a June 2013 post. Since that post explains the why behind the cloudy days, for this post I’ll just show you this year’s gloom. Fortunately, the clouds aren’t lasting all day each day on the coast, but we still wake to gray.

Enjoy the soft, cool, changing light.

 

 

About Chris Parsons

Science writer/educator exploring ocean coastlines and sharing via words, photos and stories to connect, inspire and conserve.
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4 Responses to Fog

  1. Chris and Patty says:

    I always loved the fog in Monterey Bay. Maybe because I lived in Carmel Valley and could escape any time I wanted.

  2. Gunta says:

    Could be considered the down side to living on the coast. Lots of positives to make up for it. Now I’m off to read about the ‘why’. Thanks!

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