On the beach, I have an unobstructed view and a front row seat and I saw all but one sunset during my stay. The one sunset I missed I was on a mission to buy some fresh seafood to haul back in a freezer chest back to Iowa and sadly came up mostly empty handed. Well I did score some smoked tuna dip that was about as close to heavenly tasting as I've ever found but I digress.
I thought I would do a series post on the second best sunset that I saw during my stay on that beach. I will do another post with the best sunset a bit later.
|Libations for enjoying the sunset. It was my first encounter with Wild Blue but won't be the last.|
|Sunset progressing nicely. Even better, my brother brought me a refill.|
|Two 8% beers and suddenly I'm beginning to focus on the macro around me. Above is the deck railing.|
|Here I broke out my 300 mm lens from my old film camera. It fits my new digital camera but the photos come out slightly washed out.|
|The colors just amazed me.|
|As the light fades, I switch back to my 70 mm lens and come back to the world around me. This was the last picture I took though it would be much longer before I entered back into the lighted beach house.|