Recently I captured two sunset images from the same location. Well, almost the same exact location. It might seem as though I’m splitting hairs, but as you will see even in the same location one can achieve different perspectives.
Both images were shot from Heisler Park in Laguna Beach, California. And, both images have made a recent appearance on this blog. But, each image has its own particular perspective identity.
My first image was taken from the cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It was high tide, and quite frankly this perspective made for a much easier capture.
My second image was captured from the beach, which is situated 30 – 40 feet below the cliffs. It was low tide, and this perspective required navigation of several vertical stairways and then a brief walk up the sandy beach to the exact spot.
Realizing that each sunset is significantly different, I’m…
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