The middle school I teach at is about 2 miles from Ocean Beach. Sadly, I don't really go there after the school day is a lot since I am headed the other way. Recently, I decided to go there and take some pics as the sun was setting.
It was my first attempt at talking pics of the ocean and everything as the sun was setting:
It was so nice and peaceful. Something that I need to do more of.
What beautiful SOFT lightReplyDelete
Lovely views of the beach! I miss it so much, here in the middle of TX (I used to live an hour from the beach in California)ReplyDelete
Delicate colors and such soft & pretty light. :)ReplyDelete
We should all go and catch the sunset more often. :)
These are beautiful views. Great captures!ReplyDelete
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I love to get out to the Outer Sunset and see the streets leading down to the ocean. (I was just there a couple of weeks ago.)ReplyDelete
Hope you have a great week!
Sounds a perfect end to a work day, and the photos are perfect. How lucky to be by a beach. Warmed my day. ThanksReplyDelete
I've not been there in such a long time. It's beautiful. If the Cliff House will reopen I would love to have lunch there. What wonderful memories.ReplyDelete
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Lovely photos what a nce place looks like it was worth going there in the end :-)ReplyDelete
Have a sunsettastic week Patrick 👍
Beautiful! I love photos of the ocean, and also sunsets. The two together makes it perfect.ReplyDelete
You should definitely do that more often! The beach and ocean are good for the soul!ReplyDelete
I love the ocean at different times of the day, and the mood can change so much in one day. I'm glad you took the time to enjoy it. Wishing you a lovely Thanksgiving. We're going to keep ours super low-key, meaning I won't cook anything special, but we will note the day. Blessings, TinaReplyDelete
What gorgeous photos! I am so glad you managed to visit the beach. It's so restorative being by the ocean!ReplyDelete
Very nice, seeing the orange of the sky and the ever changing waves. As someone living near the East Coast, who has only experienced the Pacific Ocean a couple of times, the concept of sunset over an ocean is a bit different. This only adds to the enjoyment.ReplyDelete