NOT YOUR REGULAR SUNSET
When photographing sunsets it's really important to stick around long after the sun has cleared the horizon. You never know what nature has in store for you. In this particular photo, taken as the sun was still up, the sky and the clouds created a really good show. This other shot was taken after the sun went bellow the horizon, see the difference? Enjoy!!!
281/365 BEFORE IT'S OVER
Here you can see the textures created by moving water. This was taken during a spring afternoon in the northern part of Puerto Rico. Enjoy!!!
207/365 THE ROCK
Today's picture is a long exposure of a rock formation taken near the municipality of Barceloneta in Puerto Rico. Water turns to a fine mist when you open the shutter long enough, that's why you see it like that. Enjoy!!!
203/365 AT SUNSET
It was a really windy afternoon as I was looking for a minimalistic composition. The tripod was set, camera settings were dialed in and I just waited for the perfect waves to caress the rocks near me. Freezing the water just enough to resemble the sense of motion gives me the feeling of being there. Enjoy!!!