I thought I was heading in the right direction when I wanted to get some photographs of the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco skyline from the Marin Headlands. After exiting the tunnel, I could see the ocean in front of me and there was this huge "amoeba" of fog traveling along the water's surface at a decent rate of speed. It never dawned on me to use my camera for video capture.
As I continued to follow the road, it seemed as though I was driving through the quiet part of town where a lot of traffic would not be expected to get to the Marin Headlands. When I got as high as I could to look toward San Francisco and barely see anything, I knew I was in the wrong spot. So I returned the following day during the sunlight hours to find the "real" Marin Headlands and had my breath taken away by what I viewed. Photo taken April 13, 2008.
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