I've always been fascinated how storms and swells can change the appearance of the coast line. A good swell can bring in or remove feet of sand revealing a hidden world beneath. These rocks where covered by sand for a couple months, a recent winter storm washed out just enough sand to reveal the surface of the rocks below. It's only a matter of time before a new storm brings the sand back in to cover the rocks up again.
Shaped by the Sea
Sunset at Hospitals Reef in La Jolla, California.
Sunset at Windansea Beach
End of summer at Windansea Beach in La Jolla, CA.
Kanarra Creek Canyon
Walking through the slot canyons in Kanob, Utah is a pretty surreal experience. The colors change as the sun moves throughout the day.
This image was captured at sunrise with sun rising behind my camera. The dark area on the horizon is what's called the Belt of Venus or Venus's Girdle and it is the Earth's shadow.
Dusk Panning, Pacific Beach, 2019
Abstract panning image of a sunset in San Diego, CA.
88 Seconds of Peace
An 88 second exposure taken at Hospitals Reef in La Jolla, CA.
Pastel Summer Nights
Sunset Cliffs in San Diego, CA.
Pacific: adj. meaning appeasing, peaceful. I hope this image captures and gives the viewer a sense of peace.
Golden Hour Lines
An abstract image of the ocean at sunset in San Diego, CA.
A fast shutter speed was used to capture the water droplets as a waved crashed over the sand.
Spring Sunset at Crystal Pier in Black and White
Crystal Pier, Pacific Beach in San Diego, CA.
Sunset at Crystal Pier in San Diego, CA
Crystal Pier in Black and White
Moody and dramatic sunset at Crystal Pier in San Diego, CA.
Torrey Pines Before The Rain
Watching a storm roll in from Torrey Pines State Beach in San Diego, CA.
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