On-top of a hill in Malibu California.
Joshua Tree National Park, California
For the past couple of months +Khris Griffis and I have been shamelessly stalking this shot. Earlier this summer we spontaneously discovered this spot in Malibu where the fog blows in from the Malibu coast line and into the canyons. When this happens, we coined it "Clouder Fall."
I have captured some great moments of the fog rolling over the canyon ridge in the past during sunset, but have been dreaming of getting the fog pooled in the canyon under a blank set of stars. So after a ridiculously amount of failed trips and countless checking on weather sites, we finally got our day.