Today the fog burned off around noon and the sunshine was quite welcome. We headed out to Bodega Bay to visit once again the Doran Natural Preserve therein. As we arrived we discovered the fog had decided to stay in this particular area. Lucky for us, we had our winter jackets and mittens in the car.
I walked alongside the shore because the tide was very low and I discovered several structures like the one in the photo above. I don’t know what they are or who created them (aliens from outer space, maybe?) but they were quite intriguing to discover. They varied in size, from a few inches to about 2 feet in length, like the specimen shown here. In any case, I did not touch them or deface them, as they appeared to be quite fragile.
Exposure and sharpening were increased in Adobe Camera Raw.
Technical data: aperture f/5.6, exposure 1/125th sec, ISO 100.