Day 28. August 6, 2010. On the way up to Half Moon Bay, we passed by Crystal Springs Reservoir, and the evening fog was a perfect balance between thin enough to let streaks of light through, and thick enough to make interesting patterns in the distance. Unfortunately, there wasn't a stopping are on the near side of the bridge, but we stopped on the far side and did some trespassing to get this angle. A little tricky to expose this correctly since the sky's still pretty bright low on the horizon. In post-processing, I removed the four power lines, added contrast to the sky, and brightened the foreground.
(Update: Also, I just realized. This could totally be an ad for quite a few of the basic composition principles at work. Rule of Thirds, breaking the horizon, etc)
(Update 2: Forgot to mention that I used a circular polarizer for this to have more control over the reflections off of the water.)
17-55mm f/2.8 IS lens @ 38mm. f/8.0. 1/125. ISO 200.