Or is it…?
Wait, fog again…
Quite foggy, indeed…
Fog even in the sun!
It starts foggy…
Lost in the fog
Last look at the beach
Islands, rocks, trees, people, all fading away in the fog. More interesting than just a sunny day picture!
People in the fog
It's interesting to take such a snapshot that freezes action: people walking, people taking pictures, people taking climbing the rocks... No issue with the weather.
Walking on the beach
This couple seems very lonely and lost in thoughts, but again it is the framing that makes it look so - there were quite a few people on the beach.
Some of it is arranged by human, giving a interesting mix of nature randomness and human planning.
A lone dinghy
Well, not quite lone, but the framing makes it look so. The vegetation right on the ocean shore was surprisingly lush.
Ruby Beach surprise
Fog again! Every time I get near the ocean, fog!
Cape Flattery Road
I didn't stop on the way to the cape, but coming back there were a few parking spots. The view was again surreal, with the fog hiding the human presence.
Leaving Cape Flattery
Last view on the cape, wishing it was a sunny day with a blue sky and a blue ocean...
These birds seemed to behave as it was the nicest day; the people near me, definitely not so :)
The erosion of this sediment layer shows, I think, how the caves form.
Fog and more fog
This time, the fog almost entirely blocked the view; and given the amount of rocks, one has to wonder how scary would it be to be in a boat near this shore, in fog...
Fog and tree
The fog was not constant; some times, it was clearing a bit, allowing one to see further.
Cape Flattery viewpoint #2
This slope descents nicely towards the ocean. Not quite so on the other side...
Another viewpoint, another view. Trees, fog, rocks, caves and the ocean.
Cape Flattery viewpoint #1
First view on Cape flattry. Breathtaking, despite the fog.
Fog, part 1
Getting near the shore, the fog is quite strong, drowning out the blue.