Heavy rain and winds were forecast this afternoon so I got out early to shoot the rocks along the Pismo Beach shoreline while there was a little sun.
I’m spending some time in Maui and took this photo of Lanai this morning. I did a similar shot a couple of years ago and found the spot I took it from to be nearly the same. Often times winds, wave action, and tropical storms move things around.
No, just the rocks jutting out from the beach at Montana de Oro State Park near Los Osos, CA.
This pier is located near the small town of Vierville-sur-Mer and is at the west end of Omaha Beach. Just to the right of the pier is where elements of the US Army 5 Corps landed on D Day.
Most people stop to watch the surfers from Maui’s Hookipa Beach Lookout which is fun to do. If, however, you walk around the corner to the right there a trail down to lava rocks and the crashing sea. What I found interesting was this old barbed wire fence that separates the public portion and the adjacent private property.
My last post was taken between storms. This morning is was raining and blowing pretty good. Pismo Rock is a place I go to often looking for different ways to capture it. This is what it looked like early this morning. I have never seen the tide and wave action bring the water this high around the rock.
At long last we got some rain last night with more to come on Friday and Saturday. This morning I wanted to see what the ocean looked like. Had to wade to this outcropping to get the angle I wanted. Tried different things but long exposure worked the best. This was taken with a ND filter at 12sec.
This small creek runs out of the foothills into the ocean at Montana de Oro State Park. The park is southwest of Los Osos, CA.
I took my Mamyia 7 out for a early morning walk yesterday and thought I would post this for a change of pace from all the recent Palouse photos.
I saw on the map a place called Point No Point which is at the northern tip of the Kitsap Peninsula, Washington. With a name like that I was curious and read that it was home to a lighthouse which was built in 1880. After a 45 minute drive from Bainbridge Island there it was.