The fog was beginning to rise, and was creeping up the canyons. I took a few pictures, though the best views were toward the southwest, where the sun was already low. Most of the canyons were dark, so the contrast is going to be a bit much for the film to handle, I think, and I don't have any filters for my camera, (I don't think they even make them for point-and-shoot cameras), so the sky will probably be washed out. I did get a couple of pictures of fog swirling up through the stands of oak a couple of hundred yards down the hill at one spot, and those might turn out nice. Even as I stood there, I could smell the fog drifting in on the light breeze. It was really quite splendid. People who live at that end of town are treated to this sight frequently in winter. If I could find the time, I'd get down there more often, myself. I'm beginning to run out of nearby scenes for my camera, especially since the one good local spot for sunsets now has houses on it.
There wasn't much time, with the light failing quickly, but I managed to shoot 14 frames. Given the conditions, and the camera, and the difficulty of finding good spots to stop along the narrow highway, I suspect that a five or six of those pictures might turn out reasonably viewable. Of course, it will be a while before I can get around to posting them. I still need to sign up for another photo hosting site, too, or cough up some cash to restore my no-longer-free remote loading privileges at Photo Trail. I miss the days of the free digital lunch.