Interesting Photo of the Day: 186 Seconds of Moonlight Fog

Summer in San Francisco is fog season, since the area is colder, damper, and more overcast than usual. This view looks down upon the fog in a warmer, more sunny spot from atop Mount Tamalpais near the Golden Gate Bridge. The long exposure portrays the fog as long, rolling hills of gray that blanket the sleepy town below:

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“Fog Fingers” by Lorenzo Montezemelo (Via Reddit. Click image to see full size.)

Photographer Lorenzo Montezemelo captured this image in Marin County, California. He used a Nikon D810 with a 24.0–70.0mm lens. The image was shot at f/8.0, 28.0mm, 186 seconds, and ISO 31. In order to get above the fog, Lorenzo hiked up Mount Tamalpais and set his camera for a long exposure of the scene below. What an amazing shot!

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