Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Palos Verdes sea cave sunset

Here’s one of the recent winter burns from a local sea cave in PV. I’ve wanted to return here but always hesitant because it faces out south so a burn doesn’t always happen. Coming in winter gives a good chance as the sun sets more to the southwest. I had to setup pretty far out in the opening as the tide was lower and I wanted to catch some water motion in my foreground so luckily I had my 14mm on me for this one. The clouds filled a good portion of the sky and lit up nicely after the sun set. Blended a few exposures for the final shot you see here.


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