The last week has proven rather stormy around the First Coast. After checking out the radar last night, I decided to take a drive out to the ocean near Huguenot Park. I took most of these photos along the way. I did some traffic time exposures in and out of the car as well. All images are 1920×1080 – perfect for HD desktop wallpaper!
(Please note, in-car photos were captured using a tripod and remote in a safety-conscious manner by a professional – don’t try this at home – or on the road… The same goes for standing outside near thunderstorms.)
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I just had to share this photo with you. Tonight, after a wonderful engagement session at Hannah Park and Historic Mayport, I hung out a while, in awe of the sunset. With the cooler weather has come some amazing sunsets this week (more photos coming soon), but this one took the cake. The different cloud levels made for a wide variety of bright vibrant colors!
This shot in particular is a 92 second time exposure (see how smooth the water looks and the movement in the clouds – long time exposures are how you get that effect). I’ve done light editing on the image, but what you see here is just about how I experienced it.
Sunsets like these remind me of a verse from Psalm 19: “The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork.” Amen and Amen!
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