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Created 19-Apr-14
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I was really not feeling it. I had moved up to NorCal just a couple weeks ago and I knew I wanted to go to Point Lobos for some pics as the ones I saw on the web were very nice. It seemed like the perfect day--a Fri so it wouldn't be so crowded, clouds in the sky, and still Springish (heard Summer would be very crowded) and so there might be a colorful sunset. But there are just those days you don't feel like packing all the gear, doing a 70mi drive, and then stand around for hours taking pictures in solitude.

Well, anyway, did some stuff around the house for most of the day and then I started feeling a bit better and said aw hell, let's do it. Headed down, and man there was so much traffic! Google traffic lied!--1.5hr in traffic my ass! I was worried I was going to miss the 7:42 PM sunset (after I get there I'd still have to scope out a good place, and I've never been there before.) Well, ended up getting there sometime after 5pm and was looking pretty gloomy, like it was going to rain! No sun in the sky. So much for a sunset, ha ha.

Point Lobos was beautiful, and I could tell under the right conditions there would be sublime pictures. But for this lonely and cold night, here are my takeaways...

Please the whole story @ my blog: http://pics.xyclopx.com/blog/2014/4/wait-for-me-sunset-point-lobos-state-natural-reserve
My Island, by Dean Chiang, XyclopxTaking Pictures of Sunset at Sea Lion Cove, by Dean Chiang, XyclopxHidden Sunset over Sea Lion Cove, by Dean Chiang, XyclopxCove under Dark Skies, by Dean Chiang, Xyclopx

Categories & Keywords
Category:Scenic
Subcategory:Oceans
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Keywords:Carmel by the Sea, Dean Chiang, HDR, Point Lobos State Natural Reserve, Xyclopx, cliffs, landscape, ocean, seascape, seaside, sunset