Friday, April 13, 2012

Storm hits Calafia Beach


I took this shot of a waterspout that formed about 2 hours ago off Cotton's Point (Trestles Beach as the surfers call it), just a mile south of Calafia Beach, just in advance of the brunt of the storm that hit a few minutes later. Amazing. Yes, there are tornados in Southern California, only they are mostly made of water.

9 comments:

Benjamin said...

Dude, some body surfers got very good rides.

Scott Grannis said...

Actually no, no one goes out in the surf with weather like that.

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Hans said...

Excellent timing, Mr Grannis and thanks for posting other events of interest...

Squire said...

At the same time the San Francisco Bay Area had thunder storms. Such are rare and scared the you know what out of everybody.

Rob said...

... and a storm in the US treasury bond market too .. looks like u were premature in noting the beginning of a bear market there.

Hans said...

There is also a sister beach in southern Spain...

Rob, where is the 30 year bond going to?

Rob said...

sub-3% apparently !