This is Saturday Evening at the Beach. After an early dinner I noticed the clouds looking good for a sunset so I headed towards the ocean. I'm glad I did because the display was well worth the effort. At times like this everyone is lined up along the shore with their smart phones snapping away, I arrived just in time and this was the first shot out of my camera. Talk about cutting it close.
I stress myself out sometimes when chasing sunsets. Getting in the right place at the right time can be easier said than done. That's mostly because I have to drive here. I suppose it would be easier if I lived right on the beach. (Note to self).
When the sun gets low on the horizon there are only about three minutes to get a shot. Its better to get here a half hour ahead of time but I'm rarely that organized.
This time of year we start to getting tourist and winter residents so the traffic also plays into the equation. Even though I know all these things I still manage to show up at the last possible moment.
I suppose my tombstone will read, ..."He arrived at the last possible moment, better late than never".
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