After a wintry rain, as we had last night, you certainly can get dramatic cloudscapes in the City by the Bay. You just have to climb a tall enough hill, and point your lens high enough, to eliminate any of those pesky non-Montana skyscrapers.
After a short break, here is more evidence making the tongue-in-cheek case that (to appropriate Tolstoy) while all sunny photographs are alike, each foggy photograph is foggy in its own way. Today: Rainforest Fog. Actually, it’s here in San Francisco, the west side of Sutro Forest seen from the Inner Sunset neighborhood. But the rangy eucalyptus tops, and the interlacing of fog and woods, often puts me in mind of a tropical rainforest.