Yesterday I posted a photo of fast moving surf crashing into a cliff at Big Sur. This shot is the aftermath with water dripping down the sides before the next wave hits. This has been a strange year weather-wise along the coast at Big Sur with sunny days far outnumbering those with fog. In fact, when the fog hits, it is more like wisps of campfire smoke than a blanket. Below is what passes for fog on the day I took the wave shots–came in about 3:30 p.m. and disappeared within an hour.