We celebrated Guy’s retirement spending a few days on the West Coast. Sadly the infamous dense fog rolling in from the sea enveloped us for most of our stay and was more conducive to reading than photography, but braving the icy wind I ventured out to make the most of a little clearing in the weather. I can’t control what will happen when shooting the sea, but I observe the movement of the water between the rocks and using slow shutter speeds, wait for the right moments to capture the silky, wispy pattern of the waves. Of course, the last night was clear and to my delight, a soft pink light transformed the atmosphere of the beach. I enjoy photographing seascapes as they will not only produce beautiful images, but it is a relaxing way to spend my time!