Pebble Path Turbulence II
The cloudy afternoon presented a quandary, finish important errands or take my gear out for a spin. I chose the latter and set my tripod up at Torrey Pines Beach for wave photography. One of the keepers from this stormy afternoon is the above pebble path with crashing water. The steadfast stones contrasted by the wispy waves illustrates the ocean's motion.
Sometimes images are exposed by chance with unintended results. However, for this image I composed atop a ridge where I noticed the waves parting. More in this series to come in the future.
March 29, 2010
DTSD Warm Panoramic
The harbor was busy with watercraft from dinghies to destroyers. Just before the sun set on this weekend, I arrived at the bay front, set up, and exposed this panoramic image. The falling sun started to cast warm light on Downtown San Diego's skyline. What a wonderful time to be on the waterfront!
One of the joys of San Diego is the bay; it is worth spending a few chilly hours on the water at sunset!
March 28, 2010
Two and a half seconds in bright sunlight is a first for me! The sun did get overexposed, but the beautiful deep blue sky accented the bluffs while wispy white waves receded at my feet. I really like the feel of this image.
March 27, 2010