Film in the Fog when it got dark.
I ran off with my camera as the light changed on the old, but clearly recently cleaned, red brick buildings.
As the sun got lower in the west, I couldn't resist going back to take more pictures of the barracks.
The 1947 film, "Dark Passage," with Bogart and Bacall, was probably the worst film noir ever made, but it was made on location here in the city, some of it nearly where we sat, so it was great fun.
Though it was chilly and windy later on, the fog never did come in all the way.