Over the next seven days the weather will range from light to heavy rain, occasional rain, and times of no rain but dark clouds.
Time to appreciate the brighter times.
Sometimes it’s good to know great spots to capture winter sunsets.
This was the perfect last image for tonight at First Encounter Beach.
It was feeding time at moonrise last night. Seagulls searched the shoreline in the shadow of the dune before the rising tide approached. Humans were there feeding their souls. And all were in awe.
I was at Skaket Beach last night to catch the last sunset of spring 2022.
I wasn’t alone. Summer bugs were there as well. Although counterintuitive, getting closer to the water brought more relief from flying insects. It often does because air currents are stronger.
The colors and texture of the clouds were amazing. The afterglow was hypnotic.
It was comfortably cool and pollen free on the flats tonight. The play between the afterglow and sharp clouds along the horizon was spectacular.
Visited Rock Harbor to see the setting sun and then went to Skaket Beach for the afterglow.