Life Above the Clouds
Created by earthboundphotos
Last updated: October 23rd, 2021 at 12:10 PM
A Collection by Alexander Sloutsky
This 1/1 collection showcases the famous "Karl the Fog" of San Francisco from 2,500 feet above sea level as it rolls over the hills of California's coastal highlands. The region's summer fog pattern is caused by temperature differences between coastal and inland California. Under the right conditions, as the fog from the Pacific pushes inland towards the coastal highlands, it creates wave-like patterns as it sweeps over the land below. While most meadows, grasslands, forests and creeks at lower elevations are completely enveloped in fog, other hills are visible just above. Long exposure technique was used in some images to create a smooth and dreamy effect making the images resemble an ocean wave.
Whether you are above it, below it, or in it, fog is a mystical and magical drama of nature to behold. I am delighted to share this unique collection showcasing my favorite moments photographing fog.
A roadmap will be shared soon!