San Francisco's fog is created when warm, moist air blows from the central Pacific Ocean across the cold waters of the California Current, which flows just off the coast, creating a cool, moist wind.

So when I was there, one of my dreamed shot was to capture this city in the fog that is its own nature.

I had academic conference in downtown until 7pm that day and when it had finished I hurried out and took a bus to the Transbay Temporary Terminal. Then I used the bus no 108 crossing the Bay Bridge to Treasure Island on time before night falls.

The wind was quite strong and the sky became darken quickly. Luckily, I could see the massive fog moved across the city. It was wonderful moment to see that kind of fog. In my country, you can see fog usually on the high mountain not in the city like this.

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