Larry showed me a great place to shoot up on Tam. It's an abandoned Air Force Base, somewhere he used to go as a kid. There's a tennis courts and the foundations of lots of old buildings. It has a view on the city on one side and out towards Pt. Reyes the other way. This stairway was a great find and the sunset lined up perfectly.
Summer fog is a different beast. It rarely allows you to stay and catch a sunset, at least on the west side of the bay. It's also a fickle beast, as Larry and I watched the fog rolling in from Mt. Tam, we considered heading down to Rodeo Beach, thinking it might be a rare clear summer evening, but as we were thinking about it the fog suddenly shifted from receding to taking over most of Marin County. Got a lucky moon rise at sunset this evening, and I also got to meet a whole new set of IGers, which was a treat. What a great day to go out and shoot!
One thing remarkable about this beach is its sheer length. I'm not used to beaches you can look up and down for seemingly miles. With my good friend Genti, taking a well deserved evening respite from work.
I have this written in the dust on the back of my wife's car, thanks Larry Nienkark. I think this photo is part of the reason why :).
Shot last weekend with Larry Nienkark and Bob Bowman at Mono Lake. Was great spending the weekend in the Eastern Sierras with a group of photographers including Sam Breach, frederic schmidt, Christopher Bradley, Todd Draper , Lisa Co, Tim Gupta , Cynthia Pyun, Mitchell Weinstock & Swee Oh.