“The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco” – Mark Twain
Mr. Twain said it so perfectly. If you’ve ever visited San Francisco in summer, you know how chilly it gets. If you haven’t well, these pictures below will give you an idea.
Almost every evening, like a giant wave, the fog starts to roll in, covering the peaks of this hilly city. San Francisco falls asleep under it’s foggy blankets, waking up in the morning to a hazy view. Looking at these pictures you’d peg them for fall/winter shots, but in fact, it’s just how summer is here.
The fog usually clears up around noonish allowing the sun to shine brightly. But don’t be fooled, except for a heat wave here and there, it’s still a little chilly even when it’s sunny. The Pacific Ocean’s cool breeze gently sweeps through the city.
Always remember to bring a jacket with you to San Francisco, especially in the summer!