I had just been to this beach the previous evening and was looking forward to a casual night at home but high clouds streaming in over Marin looked too promising to ignore. Off to the beach again! No need to overthink things. I set up at this popular spot with the primary subject right smack in the center of the frame. I especially liked the way the white veins of quartz in the foreground rocks mimic the surrounding water channels. It wasn't until after the sun slipped below the horizon that the high clouds above were painted with intense pink and orange light. The burn lasted long enough to wait for a more powerful wave to sweep high up the beach. It was a good winter evening in Northern California.
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