Star lit cove, minutes away from the glare of the modern civilization
A clear summer night, free of Karl, is rare in northern California coast. Once in a while it comes in a new moon when the coast is inundated with light from stars.
A lone peak pokes its head through sea of summer fog as milky way rises above.
Fog rapidly engulfing the bay at pre-dawn, only revealing tips of Golden Gate and the skyline.
Last light of the day kissing high Sierras and the Half Dome.