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That time of year again in San Diego when the beaches become less crowded, parking is easy to find, the sunsets are beautiful and the weather is perfect☀️
Came back here for my second year in a row and it still remains the most beautiful place I’ve ever been to.
Uluwatu is the place to be when catching a sunset in Bali. Nothing better than standing up on these massive limestone cliffs and watching the sun fall below the horizon while the waves in the distance crash along the shore. *This specific viewpoint has become very popular so of course we had to wait in a line to take this photo😂
Sunset season is starting soon. Looking forward to getting back out and capturing some new stuff around San Diego this Fall
I haven’t shared much on here this year because I feel like everything I take isn’t good enough anymore. So I’ve made a goal to post every other day for the month of October to challenge myself
Officially been in Bali for 2 weeks now. Besides getting stopped by the cops for not having an “international license” and getting my card skimmed at an atm for a couple hundred bucks, it’s been a really great trip so far😂 With this being my 2nd visit to Bali, it’s really starting to feel like a second home to me. Excited for 2 more weeks of adventuring and relaxing on this island.
Last night’s beautiful sunset over Scripps Pier. Swipe to see an iPhone video I took of it.
Capturing long exposures is what got me into photography in the first place. Whether it was capturing the movement of waves rolling in and out of tide pools, clouds moving quickly over the horizon or the stars and Milky Way at night, I loved opening up my shutter anywhere from a few seconds to a minute and seeing what the outcome would look like. Different conditions and different shutter speeds meant different results and that kept me wanting more and more . This was a long exposure I captured last winter during a beautiful sunset. Swipe for an iPhone video of it
Throwback to some moments from my last trip to the Southwest
Anyone that’s taken photos with me knows that this is always my go-to spot when I don’t have an idea or plan for sunset. Palm tree roads leading in every direction, car windows to get creative with reflections, ocean just a few steps away, no matter which direction the sky burns there’s always endless compositions to be captured.