It has been raining non-stop here in the Central Valley of California and Bay area. The storms are welcome because we are still in a drought, but talk about not being prepared! Fences, branches, wires down, electricity has been on and off and roads are flooded.
The fog season has not materialized just yet. Last year, however, there was plenty, but I was not too excited about it. Despite my lack of enthusiasm, I managed to take the FEATURED PHOTOGRAPH on a cool morning at the Putah Creek Riparian Reserve, f/14 1/15s ISO 50.
I sometimes go to the Putah Creek Riparian Reserve looking for a photograph and leave with several frames to delete: dead plants, debris, benches, tables, people, trash, dogs, all conspire to ruin my pictures. The fog, however, is forgiving, it hides a lot of things we do not want to see. That morning, I was lucky, I found a dragon.
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