Seasets II

Location: Corona Del Mar. Subject: Ocean sunsets, long exposures.

I’ve come to really enjoy the drama of long-exposure water photography, but it’s probably one of my least practiced subjects. Fortunately, my talented photographer brother is always down for a road trip, so we headed to Corona Del Mar to catch the sunset. We labored through the tide pools, heading south of arch rock but staying north of the jumping twins. We got all setup, and then…the most boring sunset I’d seen in weeks. *sigh*

Oh well.

If you’re interested in technical notes on each picture, enlarge the photo and look at the bottom in the white border.

5 Responses to Seasets II

  1. Becky January 24, 2010 at 9:27 am #

    Beautiful!!

  2. Sonja January 24, 2010 at 1:50 pm #

    These are great!!

  3. Laurie Reinig Edgreen February 11, 2010 at 9:11 am #

    I miss the ocean when I see pictures like these. I can’t believe I’m land locked….Very beautiful, Jake, and they evoke an emotion…something I think any art ought to do…thanks for the eye vacation.

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