A field near PCH, somewhere in the outskirts of Oxnard.
My first time on Point Mugu sand; it was windy.
Close-up on the fence that separates the public beach from the Naval Base.
Once while browsing an art gallery in Laguna Beach, I noticed a painter who did a lot of images showing the translucency of the ocean. I figured I'd give it a shot and see what I could come up with.
A bird walks along the edge of the water. The composition somewhat reminds me of the French flag.
Ever since I can remember, I've been fascinated with the way water looks filmed at high speed. I figured I'd add some of my favorites like this one.
Another high-speed closeup of a wave crashing against the rocks.
This wave had my name on it. A split second later, I was completely drenched. Miraculously, my camera was unharmed. I did spend the next 10 minutes cleaning the filter though.
Immediately after getting drenched, I climbed further up the cliff to get away from the encroaching water. I thought I got the lens filter clean but it was still smudged. I shot this to test the optics but it was still dirty. The resulting image was interesting though.
I suppose I should've shot more pics of this landmark but I was too fascinated with the fishermen battling the crashing waves to the right.
I love these types of shots. I'd love to film a scene in a movie like this.
I really liked the colors this time of day.
These guys sure were determined to get their catch!
The combination of the setting sun and the wind made for some cool images.
A lone bird scouts out the sunset.
Capturing the exact moment the sun set. Those black dots aren't dirt; they're birds.