The National Weather Service issued a “Dense Fog Alert” for the coastal areas and inland valleys of San Diego County on Wednesday evening – reason enough to get up early and try to get more photos of the dead trees at Lake Hodges. The only problem was of course – there was no dense fog. Nowhere near as dense as on Saturday, when I made the first set of photos.
I met with two friends from Google+ (Shannon and Douglas) at 6.30 in the morning, and while we were still hoping that there would at least be some haze lingering/wafting over the lake, there was no such luck for us. All we got was a marine layer that covered the peak of Bernardo Mountain – otherwise, the light was “meh” – the best to do was to try and get some abstracts, the dead trees surely offer plenty of opportunity for that…
More Lake Hodges abstracts are in my “Cryptic Writings” series.
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