I love this stretch of coast. It can get pretty wild at high tide and quite tame at low tide. Late afternoon I took my camera for a walk. In case you missed it, yesterday I shot big surf video at the pier and challenged the camera’s reputation for being slash proof. It worked fine today for both stills and HD Video.
We call this area Boat Docks. Is sits at the base of an area called Pedro Point. It’s one of my favorite buildings in town. Today, toward sunset, the tide was low and returning. Gulls bathed in the fresh water from San Pedro Valley Creek as it emptied into the Pacific. This morning, at high tide, I would have been standing in 3 feet of water taking this shot.
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Great photo, Tom. The beach and the docks really anchor the composition. I’m glad that your camera survived the ordeal and lived up to it’s hype.
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Such a great perspective of this beach line. Thanks for playing.