Thursday, October 19, 2017

Keyhole Arch, Big Sur CA

Closing in on the end of the year reminds me of this other local phenomenon that happens around Winter Solstice every year as long as the horizon is clear. This was a hell of a gamble as we headed up during a storm clearing forecast. Skies were super thick all day and the road down to the beach was closed due to flooding. But we made the walk down and were rewarded with some nice clouds to go along with the sun shining through the keyhole. It didn’t hang around long, but just long enough for me to capture this wide angle version. And the pouring rain made its way back on the day we left for home. Talk about perfect timing. With all the slides and closures up there, I’m not sure how accessible it will be this year.

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Brandon Yoshizawa
B.A.Y | photography
Landscape and Wildlife photography