The fickle weather of the Oregon Coast is well known by frequent visitors there. It is said that mountains can make their own weather but I suspect that the Oregon Coast can give them a run for their money. When we arrived there, there was a little fog in the distance. It wasn’t long before we noticed that the thick fog was gradually consuming the sea stacks in the distance. The fog on the coast doesn’t roll toward you but rather just engulfs the landscape. As it approached the large sea stack known as Black Rock, I figured that I better get a shot of it before it disappeared from sight. I was able to capture it before the fog arrived, although Black Rock was not completely engulfed before we headed to our hotel.