Rich and I had to run an errand in Coronado this morning, and for once we actually had our cameras with us when we found something cool!
As we were driving over the bridge, we noticed it was so foggy you could hardly see the boats that are usually anchored at Tidelands Park. Thinking we'd get some cool, foggy/misty shots, we made a quick right at the end of the bridge and drove to the parking lot of the park. But by the time we got there...maybe all of five minutes, the fog had lifted just enough to make things uninteresting and to show all the ugly stuff in the background. So we shot a few frames, then headed off to do our errand. Leaving Coronado about an hour later, we looked over the side of the bridge and noticed the fog had returned - with a vengeance! So, Rich took the exit, made a turn around in Barrio Logan, and drove us back across the bridge for another try at "boats in the mist." Notice the fog is so thick that the bridge is not even visible in these pictures.
This time the fog stayed around a little longer, and we had fun taking fog pictures as well as some photos of the occasional interesting dingy on the beach.