I caught a lot of fabulous sunsets in Oregon!
As I mentioned in the last post, I am back from the summer trip and getting back into the groove around here. Lots to do, and it's all good. The first thing I am trying to accomplish is to process a lot of photos, because I love to do so. It's a lot of fun.
So today I have a collection of pics from Cannon Beach, Oregon that I took during a beautiful sunset there one evening. We arrived pre-sunset and ate some pizza on the beach while exploring the nooks and crannies (and tide pools) around all the big rocks there. It was quite fun.
Once sunset started, I could see it was going to be pretty well worth sticking around, so we did. I had just the camera and one lens on me - the tripod was back home that night. So I darted here and there while the light morphed and got more and more awesome. All the while I was doing my best to steady myself so I could get a clean shot, since I didn't have the tripod to depend on.
The tide was receding and it left behind all sorts of shallow pools, which are great for capturing reflections. You can't get a reflection off of moving water (obviously), so when it puddles up like this, it's show time! Get out there and go crazy! (And I did!)