Sunday, February 26, 2017
The Story Never Ends
(February, 2017) - Southern California has definitely seen its share of rain this winter. On a wet and rainy Saturday, there was a moment of clarity late in the afternoon. I was able to grab the camera and head out to Palos Verdes to capture the Point Vicente Lighthouse. When I arrived there was some pretty late afternoon light hitting the cliffs. The lighthouse is 66 feet tall and sits 185 feet above the ocean. This image was captured with the Hasselblad HC 50-110mm at 50mm, 1/160, f/7.1 at ISO 100 with a circular polarizer.