Storm off Galleon’s Point

Storm off Galleon's Point

 

We had a pretty nice storm here along the North Coast a few days ago and I ventured out to one of my favorite spots to shoot the sunset.  I’ve shot this scene at Galleon’s Point on Sea Ranch not too long ago focusing then on long exposure and its affect on the final image .  This time I had a rather impressive sunset to work with creating some drama along the horizon.   The density of the large storm cloud in the upper right prevented much of the color from penetrating deep into the scene so I decided to convert to B&W instead.   It was cold, blustery and getting dark when I captured this image.   For me at least, it captures the mood I experienced at the moment.

 

Equipment: Nikon D810;  Nikkor 24-70mm f2.8 lens; Oben Tripod, Kirk Ball Head

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One Response to Storm off Galleon’s Point

  1. Chris Wendt says:

    Good capture and presentation, Phil. This is one of those images that needs to be viewed large in order to see the full tonal range, which is really stunning!

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