After nearly two months of dealing with COVID-19 and it’s after-effects, I finally got out to photograph on Sunday!
We enjoyed a hike to Hila'an Beach today, also making our way through a limestone forest to the site of the old Hila'an village.
Thank you for following along in 2019. This is my second successful #365project in three years. Here are my favorites.
We ended our year at a wonderful beach wedding. Counting my warmup week, I've published a photo for 373 straight days.
We viewed the solar eclipse at the weather station today, but I wasn't prepared to photograph. So I settled for a sunset.
I left the studio and headed straight for one of my favorite sunset locations tonight. There were some epic clouds.
I was setup well behind the splashing water tonight, then an unusual, big swell arrived, splashing me and my camera.
The storm passed causing minimal damage. Today we had a little extra time and went to check out the waves.
I got some decent shots just before and just after sunset tonight. But this is the one the family liked the best.
I had another shot in mind for much earlier tonight, but got caught in a traffic jam. Night shooting was my only option.
I spent some time working my way around the branches of this dead tree to find the right composition. I think it worked out.
We shot some long exposures just after dark at Paseo tonight. It was windy, but we only had a little rain.