The Lost Coast Redux – Post 2 of 2

Well, they say timing is everything….   I was enjoying the serenity of sitting by the road, watching and listening to the ocean when the sun finally started to break through the fog – at least right in my little part of the world.  This sequence of photos started at 1114am.

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I’ve posted several photos from my vantage point looking south and once again, over the course of just a few minutes you can see more and more blue sky in them as the fog either lifted or started moving out to sea.

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I decided I had seen enough and didn’t try driving any further south on the road as I didn’t want to push my luck.  As I drove back north towards Ferndale I once again drove up through the, now diminishing cloud deck to the totally clear sky above.  When I got to the relatively high plateau I took a few pictures using the digital camera but am VERY disappointed how they came out.  I am learning that the Nikon camera isn’t quite as good zooming in on things as the Canon camera was.

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