Taken back in November, during sunset, on the Pacific Ocean in San Francisco.
Last night's sunset was beautiful.
The waves were large and thrashing about the shoreline, retreating and leaving behind excessive sea foam on the sand.
It was a constant game of cat and mouse, dodging the sneaker waves as each set rolled in moments apart.
It was a perfect evening.
I took this image just before Boom the Styracosaurus was swept out to sea. I enjoyed the few months I spent with you Boom. You will be missed.
Because who doesn't love dinosaurs.
Nature has some incredible healing qualities. There's something about fresh air, your toes in the sand, leaves rustling in every direction, critters dancing around your feet and the open sky above your head that creates a sort of natural high.
Watching this sunset being painted in the sky was magical. I had been spying on the clouds all afternoon and hoped it would unfold like it did. When I arrived at the beach, I was shocked to see I was the only person on the sand.
Rex lurks on a rock near the sea hoping for a late night snack to emerge from the water.
(Dusk. 30 second exposure. Lit with a Protmachines LED2 light.)
Golden Gate Bridge from Marshall Beach, San Francisco.
Marshall Beach, California.