Thursday, September 06, 2007

Marine Layer...

Our trip was incredible. Filled with all the ecstatic visuals and adventures one would want from the great outdoors. As we moved along the coast we frequently came in and out of contact with the dreamy marine layer as it dipped on to land and then back out to sea. You were standing in 85 degree bright sunshine, and then you could move into a cloud where it was 25 degrees cooler and droplets of water would form all over your body. Apparently, heat from the sweltering inlands sucks the foggy layer to shore in certain locales. Highly cinematic stuff.

("Sarah leaving the tide pools as fog rolls in" by Paul Gachot)


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