For four days last week, I participated in one of Michael Frye’s Mystic Forest photography workshops held way up along the coast in northern California. We stayed at a delightful B&B – The Historic Requa Inn – which is situated just across from this wonderful bend in the Klamath River about a half mile from where the river meets the Pacific Ocean.
One morning we headed up to the Overlook to shoot images above the fog. We spent about an hour up there watching the sunlight shift and play with the valley fog flowing out onto the ocean. When we came back by the Requa Inn, we discovered this beautiful light shining through the fog above with a light mist on the river itself. This image was captured with my Fujifilm X-T1.
We had a wonderful time at this workshop – thanks to Michael and his wife Claudia Welsh. For some more background, see this post I wrote for InMenlo.com which includes another view from along the Klamath on that same morning last week.