Taken back in November, during sunset, on the Pacific Ocean in San Francisco.
Because life is not always felt in color...
On this particular night in March,and I decided to grab dinner before shooting Sutro Baths for sunset. Dinner lasted longer than expected and we arrived here with about 15 minutes to spare. As soon as the sun went down, we were joined by , who was in town. I opened the shutter while we were talking and watching the waves.
December sunset in Southern California.
Fort Funston, California.
Solana Beach Sunset, 12/29/12.
Went down to the beach with my Dad, while visiting for the holidays, to watch the sunset and wound up spending most of the shoot dodging sneaky waves. It was worth it.
This was the sunset from Yerba Buena Island last night. It was definitely the most amazing sunset I've photographed.
60 seconds, f/11, ISO 200
Big Stopper + 3 stop soft grad
Big Sur, California. Jan 2012.
I grew up in Southern California and until I turned 21 and moved to San Francisco, I never lived more than a mile from the beach, where I spent many nights and weekends. Sometimes I was with friends, sometimes I'd go for a swim on a hot night, sometimes I read a book, and sometimes I'd sit and watching the waves, reflecting about something going on in my life.
The beach has always been my place of peace.
Since my last exploring trip to the South in October, I haven't shot many abandoned locations, which means that I'm running low on new urban decay images to post. Interestingly enough, I have a dozen or so landscape images fighting for time on G+.
I met up with a few photographers in Santa Cruz for a photowalk on Saturday. We had a great morning shooting in the redwoods, but I wasn't able to stay for the sunset. I began the drive home on Hwy 1 and made a quick stop at the lighthouse when I noticed the sky collecting color.