A vantage point near Rodeo cove is one of the better locations for coastal photography. In summer, sun sets in northwest and lines up with the seastacks. Typical weather in the afternoon brings in heavy fog, which is the lifeline for redwoods in otherwise dry north california. A latest research reports that the climate change is leading to lesser fog in summer and threatening the redwood forests, which again draw our attention to the importance of conservative efforts. On this particular day, the sky was clear beyond the low fog and I was pleasantly surprised with an amazing view at sundown.