Saturday, October 24, 2015


This is something you usually see over the coast.

Any coast.

But not usually in Arizona.

After a rainy day, as the sky was clearing, a low cloud or fog bank clung below the mountains but just above the city.

Whatever the cause, it made for a nice view and some nice photo-ops, as we old television people say.


Always fascinating.


Tom Cochrun said...

Nice photos. Yes, they do look like what we see frequently here on the central coast. I think we were getting humidity and clouds as a result of Patricia's force.

joeh said...

Interesting for sure.

L Lewis said...

Love that view over MIngus Mt. when it is in a vaporous mist. If you are out walking when the sun is rising, there are some spectacular cloud/sun combos. One morning recently the sun rose through what looked like a slot in the clouds above and below it. That, combined with the misty dew still on the golf course, make those cold morning walks so worth it.

Lowandslow said...

A bit odd for a flat-lander like myself to imagine looking DOWN on a cloud bank. Great photo, though. :)

Stephen Hayes said...

Clouds ARE fascinating. It's possible to read so much into them.

Thérèse said...

Nice views, nice pictures, enjoy them.

Steve said...

Reminds me of the movie The Fog.