Yesterday was a very long day… It started at 2:45 am in order for me to get to the Golden Gate Bridge and document the lunar eclipse. I had gotten to bed early (around 12:30 am) and so when I got back home, I went right back to sleep. I woke up about two hours later in order to meet up with my friends and do a shoot at Davenport which is roughly three hours away from my home.
I have to make note that I’ve fallen in love with the sea scape and the play of light in the many coves and cliffs of this area of Northern California.
By the skin of our teeth, we arrived in time for sunset, and then had a star filled sky, followed by the full moon rise, and then the fog came in. Each element brought unique qualities to each and every scene we were gazing upon and shooting pictures of.
Lets just say then when I finally got to bed at almost 2 in the morning, I was ready to have sweet dreams of mystical beaches and lunar events.
Focal Length 12 mm
ISO Speed 200
Exposure Bias -2/3 EV
Flash No Flash