I was in Monterey. It was a beautiful, relatively warm late winter day. Lots of people, happily wandering around, exploring the best of what the area has to offer; an easy stroll along the Pacific, plenty of shops and restaurants, the aquarium. When I had my fill of town, I drove west, up the road a couple of miles and bam! A different world. I wasn’t sure if the weather had just turned or I was just far enough out of town to make a difference. No matter, the fog and mist were on me. The ocean breeze was stiff. It was suddenly cold. I put my jacket on. I took a few photos, but the mist was getting to my lens. I called it a day.
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