The Golden Gate Bridge
Fog famously blankets San Francisco in the summer when hot inland temperatures create a low-pressure zone over Northern California's Central Valley. The hot inland air rises and the heavier cold ocean air rushes in to replace it. This flow from the high to the low-pressure zone pulls the fog through the Golden Gate passage and into the Bay. Some call it Karl the Fog and you can follow it on twitter! It has become one of the most iconic views from around the world and in October of 2017 I had the privilege of witnessing the effect in all it's glory.
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With the Golden Gate bridge towering above me, the cold crisp air blowing through my clothes. The array of sounds from the rushing of the wind, to the traffic speeding past below me, to the eery boom of the safety horn alerting the boats making their way through the mist. The clouds continued to pour in, revealing and concealing the view every few minutes. I stand still. Breath. Take in this moment that I’ll remember forever.