Wednesday marked my last day of work before Thanksgiving break. Shortly after finishing my final lecture, Michelle and I enjoyed a late lunch out and then zipped down to Little Corona Beach for the sunset. I just happened to have my full set of camera gear with me, so I was able to snap a
few large number of frames.
I’ve previously posted about my long exposure work at Little Corona, and yesterday I continued in the same style. But this time instead of either a crystal clear sky or a marine layer, I had patchy clouds to work with:
The arch rock was particularly photogenic, especially with soft clouds washing overhead:
And while the sunset wasn’t spectacularly colorful, the gorgeous deep blue of dusk was out in full force at the end of the evening:
Visiting Little Corona was a great way to start our Thanksgiving. I hope you and yours have a most excellent day, and a great start to the holiday season.
To see more pictures from my long exposure work at Little Corona, head to my Little Corona Beach Gallery. Here’s a thumbnail of one more from the last night:
Little Corona Beach (Robert E Badham Marine Life Refuge): Located at the intersection of Poppy Ave. and Ocean Blvd. in Corona Del Mar (Newport Beach), CA. From Pacific Coast Highway (Highway 1) turn onto Poppy Ave, and park on the street once you get to Ocean Blvd (a few blocks from PCH). Street parking may be difficult to find at peak times, but was easy to get on weekday evenings. From the street you’ll walk down a moderately steep paved ramp to the beach, just at the intersection of Ocean and Poppy. The park is open from 6am – 10pm.