The Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area is not only home to a bunch of birds, but also a great place to find thick tule fog. It forms in the central valleys of California and creeps out towards the coast, and it's thick and dangerous to drive in due to low visibility. I don't normally enjoy photographing inside fogbanks, but will make an exception for particularly chewy tule fog. It smells amazing, a bit like ozone but feels heavy as you pull it into your lungs. It muffles sound, and it's spooky to walk in the wilderness when surrounded by it.