Tide coming in along the cliffs of Pismo Beach
I found this interesting shot on the back side of Morro Bay while having a film day.
I posted this rock previously but it has been awhile ago. Recently a person contacted by me via the blog who wanted permission to print it for a gift. His request motivated me to go shoot it again. The stormy weather was just clearing. You get pretty wet taking a 45 second exposure with an incoming tide.
Yesterday the clouds cleared and provided a good opportunity to capture the Gazebo in Pismo Beach. This is a popular and busy spot for weddings during the summer but pretty quiet now. In the far left background you can see the pier.
Heavy rains starting tomorrow lasting for several day so I wanted to get a beach walk in this afternoon.
We’ve had a series of storms coming through the Central Coast and the waves have been pretty big. Driving home today I stopped and took a quick shot from one of the overlooks.
I posted an earlier shot of the rocks of Pismo Beach. This was taken from on the same spot but facing south into the sun. It cried out to be in Black and White.
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.
During a recent trip to Maui I found these rock formations. They are the result of one of the last lava flows on Maui. Dragon’s Teeth is a unique formation located at Makaluapuna Point in Kapalua on the island’s northwestern shore.