The rain and homework have slowed photo taking recently. Guess it’s good to give the camera a rest once in a while, since there are only 150,000 or so actuations for this camera model! Here’s two of those longer actuations, both in black and white with the bottom one treated with a little split-toning for the heck of it.
Trinidad State Beach, Trinidad, California
The forests around here are amazing in their ability to hide rocks. In fact, I only know of one segment of trail [out of 70+ miles!] where one could go to inspect a rocky outcrop. Thank heavens for the ragged coastline! There is no end to rocky fascinations on this coast; from troves of multicolored sand grains to pebbly beaches and crumbling cliffs. Miles and miles and miles demonstrating the handiwork of geology; of building and breaking down of massive amounts of minerals in the seemingly perpetual cycle of which these rocks pictured above only represent a brief blink of the eons that have already come and gone. /geologicprose
Golden Gate Bridge under a nearly full Moon and blanket of fog. 88 second exposure. I’m surprised the bridge doesn’t shake like some do!