Went to shoot a sunrise at the pier, intent on a long exposure with silky water. It didn’t work out, so I looked around and found people enjoying the early spring morning. Walking, turning, and yes, texting. The long exposure softened the beach & sky and provided a sense of movement. I was so much happier with these shots anyway!
Grey Morning, sky color disappointing. Midwest girls didn’t care, thrilled to be there. Multiple half second exposures, they were no posers.
Beautiful birds before sunrise. It was barely light, just enough to see them in the against the water all white. The shot was handheld, braced against the railing with the intent on capturing movement. Luckily the two took off right as I pushed the shutter button.
Taken on a photo tour led by of the masters, Les Saucier, and another wonderful photographer, Mary Roberts, at Botany Bay. If you get a chance to do a tour or workshop with Les or Mary I highly recommend it.
Blessed by the flexible, for they may bend but they shall never break.” – Nancy Rotenberg
Last year, Lisa and I were bound for beautiful San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. However, while in flight to Dallas they got hit by tornados! Not in the spring but on December 26th, 2015. It was a really bad storm, flooding and loss of life, we circled for hours and ended up being directed to San Antonio feeling blessed to be on dry ground. To make a long story short, we never made it to San Miguel but counted our blessings and enjoyed an unexpected stay in San Antonio. They really do up the river walk with lighting for the holidays, it’s the best time to be there if you get a chance.
When in Baja you have a chance to be one with nature without interruption. What a joy to have this place to yourself, the time flies by too fast.