I took this photograph in August of 2004 from a boat on Kachemak Bay, en route from Halibut Cove to Homer, Alaska. I love how the warm glow of the sun is subtly reflected in the calm water, and the way that the horizon line between water and sky is barely discernible. I also love how during the summer in Alaska, days seem to last forever. I’ve never been to Alaska in the winter, but I am sure that the same is true of nights during that season.
The paradoxical truth is that the best strategy for finding your way out of the fog is to enjoy the fog.—Rob Brezsny