Bill Westphal's Photo Gallery

This Website and it's Contents © 2006-2009 Bill Westphal. Contact bill@westphalfamily.com for Right-To-Use or Print information.


Home :: Login
Album list :: Last uploads :: Last comments :: Most viewed :: Top rated :: My Favorites :: Search

Search results - "fog"
Mauna_Loa.jpg
Mauna Loa1703 viewsTaken 4/6/06
Rising gradually to approximately 13,679 feet above sea level, Mauna Loa is the largest volcano on our planet. This enormous volcano covers half of the Island of Hawai`i and by itself amounts to about 85 percent of all the other Hawaiian Islands combined. Mauna Loa is among Earth’s most active volcanoes, having erupted 33 times since its first well-documented historical eruption in 1843. Its most recent eruption was in 1984. This photo was taken from the 13, 796 foot Summit of Mauna Kea.
morning_mist_1024.jpg
Morning Mist2935 viewsBright sunlight beams through the early morning mist. Taken in my backyard.
low_ceiling_1024.jpg
Low Ceiling2472 viewsA Cold Winter Storm swept through last night. The morning was wet and chilly. Here, low clouds can be seen hiding the tops of the buildings in Downtown Los Angeles. Taken 2/28/06
cloudspill.jpg
Cloud Spill2374 viewsTaken from the 6000 ft level along the Angeles Crest Highway. the marine layer in the Los Angeles Basin can be seen spilling over the front range of the San Gabriel Mountains.
crawling_eye.jpg
The Crawling Eye2125 viewsDoes anybody remember the old movie "The Crawling Eye" ? Or did I just embarrass myself ? The fog here is rolling over the Verdugo Hills and into the La Canada / La Crescenta Valley. It looks as though it is heading straight towards Jet Propulsion Laboratory located in the lower right of the photo.
032806_fog.jpg
Low Clouds3605 viewsLow clouds moved in this evening. Gave an eerie look to the WeatherCam images.
island_in_the_sky.jpg
Island in The Sky2227 viewsTaken 10/23/05
This was taken at the end of the Kagel Canyon Truck Trail in the Angeles National Forest above the San Fernando Valley. It was sort of an overcast day but at approximately 3550 Above Sea Level we were above the haze. This was the view looking West toward Oat Mountain.
 
7 files on 1 page(s)