On the spur of the moment Julian and I decided to head out on an adventure. The weather was spotty, but I thought it might be clear towards Point Reyes. All was well until we passed Inverness. As we cleared the saddle and headed towards the Pt Reyes peninsula itself we met a white wall of fog. We took a side trip up Mt Vision and watched the sea of fog while munching plantain chips.
Clearly there was no photographic future under the dense and cold fog cover. We ambled south, spending some time at the Inverness trawler, and ending up on Bolinas Beach for sunset.
Julian held my backpack out of the surf as I exposed reflections of the sunset in tide water. Eager, and with a strong back, he clearly has the makings of an excellent photo assistant.
[Nikon D300, 18-200VR zoom lens at 35mm (52.5mm in 35mm terms), circular Polarizer, 3 seconds at f/29 and ISO 100, tripod mounted.]