A few weeks ago, the heavy morning fog led to some unusual monochrome shots.
Two weeks ago, on our last day in the Bay Area, we drove up to a Vista Point on I-280. It provides a good view of the Upper Crystal Springs Reservoir which supplies water to San Francisco, San Mateo and the neighboring cities. Some of the water is provided by runoff from the local watershed, but most of it comes from snow melt in the Sierra Nevada mountains. The water is transported through giant pipelines from the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir in Yosemite National Park 167 miles away.
San francisco is of course famous for fog, and we saw it moving down from the Santa Cruz mountains to the reservoir that day.